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    [OT] Python, linguaggio dell'anno 2007

    Giusto per fare un po' di pettegolezzo.
    TIOBE, sito famoso per stilare statistiche riguardo la popolarità dei linguaggi di programmazione utilizzati, elegge Python come linguaggio dell'anno 2007:
    http://www.tiobe.com/index.htm?tiobe_index


    Python has been declared as programming language of 2007. It was a close finish, but in the end Python appeared to have the largest increase in ratings in one year time (2.04%). There is no clear reason why Python made this huge jump in 2007. Last month Python surpassed Perl for the first time in history, which is an indication that Python has become the "de facto" glue language at system level. It is especially beloved by system administrators and build managers. Chances are high that Python's star will rise further in 2008, thanks to the upcoming release of Python 3.
    E' interessante anche notare (tabella a fondo pagina) come la percentuale di gradimento dei linguaggi a tipizazzione dinamica sia cresciuta rispetto a quelli a tipizzazione statica dell'1,5% in un anno.

    Altri dati interessanti sono le previsioni di C e C++ i quali si dicono destinati a calare, vuoi per la mancanza di garbage collector, vuoi per la minore attenzione che Microsoft sta dando a C++ (vuoi anche per l'eccessiva complessità dei due linguaggi, aggiungo io).
    Stesso destino tocca a Perl, ormai sempre meno utilizzato.
    Java e C#, invece, molto favoriti.

    What is to be expected in 2008? And, what became of the forecasts for 2007? At the beginning of 2007, I thought C# and D would become the winners and Perl and Delphi the losers. C# was indeed one of the big winners, and Perl one of the big losers. But the forecasts for D and Delphi were complete wrong. There has been no breakthrough for D. On the other hand, Delphi reclaimed a top 10 position... What about 2008? C, C++ and Perl will continue to fall. C and C++ because they have no automated garbage collection. C++ will get an extra push down because Microsoft is not actively supporting the language anymore. Perl is just dead. Java and C# will eventually be the 2 most popular languages. So I expect them to rise further in 2008. What new languages will enter the top 20 in 2008 is a wild guess, but I think ActionScript and Groovy are really serious candidates.
    Rilasciata Python FTP Server library 0.5.1
    http://code.google.com/p/pyftpdlib/

    We'll be those who'll make the italian folks know how difficult can be defecating in Southern California without having the crap flying all around the house.

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    beh, lunga vita a van Rossum. ;)

    saluti

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