摘要: In order to determine which programming languages are likely doomed in the medium- to long-term, we looked at the popularity rankings by TIOBE and RedMonk, as well as Dice’s own database of job postings. If your career is based on any of the following languages, we suggest diversifying your skill-set at some point.

 


1.Ruby

An analysis of Dice job-posting data over the past year shows a startling dip in the number of companies looking for technology professionals who are skilled in Ruby.

2.Haskell

Haskell continues to flatline on RedMonk’s long-term language rankings, suggesting that there’s virtually no developer buzz around it.

3.Objective-C

Apple executives took to the stage to unveil Swift, its new-and-improved programming language for its software ecosystem. No doubt they expected developers to quickly embrace Swift at Objective-C’s expense.

4.R

Although R is still used by academics and data scientists, companies interested in data analytics are turning to Python for its scalability and ease of use.

5.Perl

widespread developer embrace of other languages for things like building websites, means that Perl is going to just fall into increasing disuse.

Full Text: Dice

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