- Is kotlin dead?
- Will Cobol ever die?
- Is C++ a dying language?
- Is Java losing popularity?
Is kotlin dead?
Kotlin is now Google’s preferred language for Android App Development. Yeah, Kotlin was kind of less used uptil now, but wasn’t dead at all. And now that Google has made such an announcement, it has a much greater scope imo. … No way, instead it’s going to be most trending language in near future.
Will Cobol ever die?
Well, no actually, it didn’t. Despite the arrival of newer languages and the transition away from mainframes, COBOL has managed to hang around. … One reason it can’t die is that there remains a reported 220 billion lines of COBOL code still in use.
Is C++ a dying language?
No. C++ is still growing and may grow more rapidly in future. There is no short nor medium term threat to its dominance. … New, more beautiful languages regularly show up, but even the most successful of them usually only kick C++ out of some particular niche (web scripting, say) because they are less general than C++.
Is Java losing popularity?
9, found that Java lost popularity in September, with an estimated 17.9 percent of developers using it as opposed to 18.8 percent in the previous month’s index. Java still finished as the top language, but if the downward trend continues, the C language, ranked second with 17.7 percent of users, will be No.