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re: I've got a lot of questions about that survey, but #1 is why people "prefer" C. It's like writing a book in ancient Latin. Sure, you can do it, bu...
 

Thanks, Scott!

p.s. Have no idea why people prefer 'C', but it is only on the 23rd place. However, the main point is in that Ruby is in top-5.

 

On the "What languages do developers prefer by age?" chart it's inexplicably second.

Also utterly baffling is Swift, which is a great language, seems exceptionally popular with the 55+ group. This data is highly questionable.

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