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Which of the following do you commonly use?

Survey period: 21 Jan 2013 to 28 Jan 2013

These are the top 10 from last September. How do you fit the norm?

OptionVotes% 
JavaScript83532.19835 votes, 32.19%
Java42716.46427 votes, 16.46%
PHP29011.18290 votes, 11.18%
Python1415.44141 votes, 5.44%
Ruby361.3936 votes, 1.39%
C#171966.271719 votes, 66.27%
C++74228.60742 votes, 28.60%
C40615.65406 votes, 15.65%
Objective-C853.2885 votes, 3.28%
Shell1435.51143 votes, 5.51%
None of the above1094.20109 votes, 4.20%
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%



 
GeneralDidn't see VB.NET on the list Pin
PD_Goss26-Jan-13 17:35
memberPD_Goss26-Jan-13 17:35 
GeneralYou are the best Pin
pravinpatilcse26-Jan-13 6:20
memberpravinpatilcse26-Jan-13 6:20 
GeneralNone of above Pin
Nelek25-Jan-13 12:31
memberNelek25-Jan-13 12:31 
GeneralWe need Common programming language Pin
Aarti Meswania24-Jan-13 19:10
memberAarti Meswania24-Jan-13 19:10 
GeneralRe: We need Common programming language Pin
Lloyd Atkinson25-Jan-13 3:22
memberLloyd Atkinson25-Jan-13 3:22 
GeneralRe: We need Common programming language Pin
PIEBALDconsult26-Jan-13 19:28
memberPIEBALDconsult26-Jan-13 19:28 
GeneralThat tells Pin
Unque23-Jan-13 21:56
memberUnque23-Jan-13 21:56 
GeneralRe: That tells Pin
ravithejag24-Jan-13 17:13
memberravithejag24-Jan-13 17:13 
QuestionDoes... Pin
Brisingr Aerowing22-Jan-13 15:58
memberBrisingr Aerowing22-Jan-13 15:58 
GeneralScanty number of C , C++ Developers. Pin
Vijay Rajanna22-Jan-13 0:22
memberVijay Rajanna22-Jan-13 0:22 
I myself being a C++ developer for couple of years now, programming in C++ has always been delightful.
Plethora of open source libraries (Boost, OpenCV, ffmpeg ) make programming in C++ very interesting and you can always be certain on the fact that, anything that you could imagine can be realized.
The ubiquitous nature of C, C++ encourages developers working on different platforms to implement their software using C, C++.

Despite of all these, what amazed me is that there are only a scanty number of C, C++ developers.
I am thinking, what could be the reason for this ?
-> Do people think that programming in C, C++ is hard.
-> Does the wild spread, popularity of mobile application development is alluring people.
-> Do people think that C, C++ doesn't have future ?

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