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I wouldn't necessarily call it dead, but I would definitely call it/predict a decline. With languages like Flutter+Dart and Kotlin, Android dev is just (objectively) more enjoyable without the use of Java.

I personally would think that Java on Android would continue because a lot of students generally learn Java first (as a result of academia). When those students want to try exploring, it'd sometimes make sense to hop into Android since they'd have the necessary background to build upon, rather than starting from a clean slate.


Typically the rumors of any language's demise are greatly exaggerated. Even if Java is on the way out, I'd hardly think of it as anything close to dead.


There are a lot of rumors about Learning Java programming language in 2018 while new programming languages are also launched in Market such as python. It is my personal opinion that technologies can't disregard the influence of Java because of it Multithres capability, Fast and effective memory location techniques and bulletproof security.


Agreed with your information, We are also working on Python.


I think the Kotlin is the future. This is what one of my friends at was telling me.

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