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Published: Jan 04 2008 / 09:21

The trend seems to be clear; in the next few years there will an increase in adoption of new programming languages. Not primarily to replace the ones we currently use, but to mix languages and use the right language for the problem.
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Abhay Bakshi replied ago:

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This is a great coverage of the topic by Niclas Nilsson at InfoQ.

I expect a lot of discussion with all the intelligent, visionary, and experienced programmers to gather there and comment. It looked like my comments were the first ones on that thread. But, I encourage a lot of feedback coming from many industry leaders. Those guys should wake up!!

My experience has been limited to one language Java, and C++ from way past. I've been also using Java-based frameworks a whole lot. But, regarding topics such as CLR, JVM, DSL, I expect multiple comments pouring in from multiple leaders in the industry at the thread on InfoQ.

Thanks in advance for sharing your views there.

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