@fribbledom can't believe I missed this until the final. Also surprised Julia was on the list, I don't think I've ever actually seen it in the wild
@fribbledom C all the way, been working with python all week and I'd rather C... I mean don't get me wrong, I wouldn't really want to use C for backend web dev... but if I had to pick a language I'd sooner go for C# or Java or Kotlin, nice middle ground...
Should Python really be able to defend its title? Is C still the lingua franca of programming in 2020?
Just a little influencer is enough to flip the vote on the one who is most likely to win.
So what are you reading into it? Which language do you see being favored by these statements?
It is very interesting how the mind works, and I have not been able to find a good example just yet. What happened here is closest to having one.. It's that subtile.
A man called Bernay's might be able to explain this.
:-) this is actually awesome to gain the insight and yet not being able to explain how it works.
@fribbledom C is the first proper language I really liked. I remember tutorials in Amiga Format and they were above my head as a teenager, and how good it felt when I could finally do scientific coding in it. But I think Python is the world glue now.
@fribbledom c makes the backbone but python is user-friendly. Without either the world would be a worse off place.
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