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re: 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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