What do you think?
There’s haters for everything.
If you like it, use it.
If you don’t, use something else.
Not worth wasting brain cycles on though…
I don’t know nearly enough to give an answer to questions like this, but I believe nobody is particular when it comes to the future.
I don’t like fruits in cheese, but I don’t question other people’s taste for them if that’s what they like—as long as they are not forcing it onto me. In fact, I make myself try them so that I know what they are like and I keep an open mind about it because, who knows, maybe some fruited cheese is actually good.
Eh, coming back to the original question, I used to Google things like that, but after making myself actually code for a while, I came to the conclusion that I should spend less time asking pointless questions like that and just code more instead.
50s… Fortran (mainframe era)
60s… COBOL (mainframe era)
70s… C (the Unix era)
80s… C++ was the big deal
Early 90s, RAD (Rapid Application Development) was sold as the future of programming… Visual Basic, Visual C++. (GUI and WYSIWYG era)
Early 2000… ActionScript was the big deal (Flash) – kinda related to Javscript
Nowadays… too many different languages, depending on what you want to develop.
The future? Who knows?
- I don't feel comfortable with this car. What should I do?
- Look for other cars.