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Different programming are similar in helping people build staff work as people want them to. But they all have their own features which differentiate them from other programming languages. The language type may be different, for example Java is OOP, some may have different syntax. A programming motto usually can best describe the characteristic of the programming language. For example, "Write once Run everywhere" for Java.Do you know any other programming language motto?
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TIOBE : Where is that next big programming language?

Source : Peter    Date : 2012-05-12 01:18:27  

TIOBE has released the Programming Community Index for May 2012 a bit late. The top 3 languages do not change compared to last Month TIOBE : C overtakes Java as the No.1 programming language, they are still C,Java and C++. However, the share of Java is continuing dropping, Objective-C is steadily rising  Other languages which have rising trend are Visual Basic.NET,PL/SQL and Logo.

The last 8 years not much has changed in the top 10 of the TIOBE index except for Objective-C (in) and Delphi (out). Apart from iPhone language Objective-C, new language adoption appears to be much harder than expected. The main reason for this is probably that it is very difficult to migrate a large code base from one language to another one. So changes are slow. But even if we take this into account there are no new languages that show a slow but constant uprise.

Let's have a look at some possible candidates. What programming languages are hot in the Internet discussions? Take, for instance, Scala. It is currently at position #46. We started monitoring this language 6 years ago. It entered the TIOBE index at #57 in 2006, but one year later it already moved to #48. So not much happened to the language after that. Other examples are F# (currently: #40, 2006: #38), Groovy (currently: #32, 2008: #36), Erlang (currently: #44, 2006: #35) and Clojure (currently: #77, 2009: #88). So where is that next big programming language?


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TIOBE
Programming Community Index is an indicator of the programming language trends. It is updated monthly, this list is based on the number of experienced programmers,
courses and third-party vendors on the Internet. It uses the well-known search engines (such as Google, MSN, Yahoo) as well as Wikipedia and YouTube to calculate the ranking. Please note that this list is merely a reflection of the popularity of a programming language, does not indicate whether a programming language is good or not.

For more detail analysis of this month's language ranking. Please refer to
http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/paperinfo/tpci/index.html

References
[1].http://sd.csdn.net/a/20120510/2805477.html

[2].http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/paperinfo/tpci/index.html
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Tomek [Reply]@ 2012-05-14 05:42:45
seems like C and Java are the current and the "next big programming languages" - no competition so far
rajan [Reply]@ 2012-07-31 07:27:48
really its helpful to me

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