re: Ruby and Python, them and the differences VIEW POST


I don't think that ruby will be ever popular as python is. By my opinion python is ruby killing.


Somebody mentioned Stack Overflow survey above, there's also Tiobe and Pypl rankings and they all show the same thing: python is on the rise while Ruby is in decline.
However, standard caveats regarding flaws associated with their significance and "correlation is not causation" apply.
Me personally? Let's just say I wouldn't bet on Ruby.

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