Programming Languages - Usage Statistics June 2010
The ranking of programming languages for June 2010
TIOBE has once again put its rating on the use of programming languages. Java , C and C ++
loses his developers and goes down the list in our charts. Its use decreased by as much as 1.83%
. C # , Python, and Perl were distinguished by stability . C # has risen a bit, but this is exactly what “a bit” personally surprises me, because it is a very powerful development language for the .NET Framework.
As for the use of PowerShell , compared to using it until the last statistics, it’s greatly increased, but, unfortunately, compared to the increase in the use of C language (+ 1.03%) or programmers who like to program on Apple's Objective-C (+ 2.35%), and this is the biggest growth over the past month, so farPowerShell did not find its fans, only 0.529% of programmers now write on it and now it occupies the last 20th line of the rating. Perhaps this is caused by the not-so-old release of PowerShell 2.0.
An interesting fact about Objective-C , no matter how inconspicuous this programming language may seem, according to TIOBE forecasts , it will decline in 2010, but according to statistics, the company's forecast did not materialize.
Statistics are given below:
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