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  • #76
    Well here is what blackduck software has to say about the whole thing:

    http://www.blackducksoftware.com/news/news/2009-01-21

    In fact, we counted over 17,000 projects from the class of 2008 – those projects that show a creation or registration date in 2008. 47% of these newly created projects used the C language. Java came in as the number two language of choice at nearly 28%. Third was Javascript at over 20%. In the world of scripting, nearly 18% of the projects chose to use Perl while only 11% used PHP. These were both higher than Python at nearly 10% and Ruby at 6%. Note, most projects used more than one language and these results are based on the number of projects using a given language, not the number of lines of code created.

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    • #77
      Originally posted by deanjo View Post
      Well here is what blackduck software has to say about the whole thing:

      http://www.blackducksoftware.com/news/news/2009-01-21
      Interesting stats... thanks. Around me I see and hear more and more people use python as their main script language.

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