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Posts

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  • Rust 1.53
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-06-17
    If you consider GitHub to be a reasonable metric of industry practice in general, then judging by these charts [https://madnight.github.io/githut/#/pull_requests/2021/1], I would say that going mainstream in a couple years is not very likely at all. Tiobe [https://www.tiobe.com/tiobe-index/] paints a similar picture. The number of Rust-specific jobs advertisements also don't seem to suggest a coming wave that employers are trying to get ahead of[https://www.dice.com/jobs?q=rust&countryCode=US&radius=30&ra...]. I'm not aware of any real success stories with the language, either, unlike Go and the CNCF ecosystem that's the latest fashion right now. There are rewrites of GNU coreutils (ripgrep, bat), a couple components in already commercially successful software (Dropbox, Discord), a couple side-projects within large companies (fuschia OS, FirecrackerVM) and I guess terminal emulators are a big focus. You could say the same of Haskell, which is very cool, but is not going to be an industry standard in the foreseeable future.

    One way to think about it is that the big wave of new languages like Go, Rust, Elixir and Kotlin all sprang up around 2010. At that time, C99, C++03, Java 6 or C#2 were probably what you would have been using (honorable mentions to Python 2.7, PHP 5, and Ruby 1.8). The new languages were perceived solutions to the limitations of the mainstream languages; however, today, very many of the new features and the old points of frustration have already been addressed within these same 'boring' mainstream languages. Java 16, C# 8, and C++20 are vastly improved and have (or will soon have [check out Loom for Java!]) almost all the conveniences the new-wave offered without having to throw old programs in the bin and reimplement entire ecosystems. C++ and Rust are also so similar in terms of semantics and memory model, that I really don't see the value proposition of walking away from huge, mature projects like Qt for academically interesting type algebra. There have been some ambitious fresh-takes on things like ECS-based game engines in Rust, but I'm not aware of impending migration to these tools.

  • Why do ppl say c++ would die?
    What's your source for this? It doesn't look that way to me here: https://madnight.github.io/githut/#/pull_requests/2021/1
  • What made you pick Java as your language of choice?
    reddit.com/r/java | 2021-05-10
    Java has bigger community. Github Language Stats. Java #3, while C# #9.
  • Introduction to Pluto.jl
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-29
    https://madnight.github.io/githut/#/pull_requests/2021/1

    Just saying but julia open source is kinda dead outside few very high quality packages

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    dev.to | 2021-04-27
    The advantages mentioned above make Dart one of the fastest-growing languages on GitHub. Flutter 2.0 supports sound null safety that is a significant addition to the Dart language, further strengthening the type system by distinguishing nullable types from non-nullable types. It has the potential to eradicate null reference exceptions that can only contain null values if the developer expressly chooses.
  • Thoughts about gedit and Rust
    reddit.com/r/linux | 2021-04-23
    It's been the top loved/wanted language on StackExchange surveys for the past few years but looking at this Github language pull request distribution it isn't gaining very much traction. Unless it's gaining traction somewhere else? I saw that Google is helping to get it into the Linux kernel, but I don't know how serious that is.
  • Green Programming Languages Vs. Brown Programming Languages
    Github language stats, PRs: Haskell at #29 0.152% (https://madnight.github.io/githut/#/pull_requests/2021/1)
  • New language features since Java 8 to 16
    Oh you know, just the "small" guys in the industry, like Netflix, Google, Redhat (IBM), Apple, all major banks, I think half if not more Europe is run on Java. Some stats: - Java has one of the most open positions. Indeed Tech Skill Explorer; - Java has big opensource community. Github Language Stats; - Java is second choice in unicorns after Python;
  • Rust shrinking.
    reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-04-05
    Rust is in a continuous downwards trend in https://madnight.github.io/githut/#/pushes/2021/1. It is a real shame to see Rust shrink again. I was really hoping it would grow this quarter.
  • Github API stats for public or private repositories
    reddit.com/r/github | 2021-03-27
    I use https://madnight.github.io/githut regularly to get a flavour for trends in languages' popularity. I assume the site is simply using stats from the Github API. Does anybody know whether the stats from the Github API are for all repos (including private) or just public repos?
  • A 2010 masterpiece
    https://madnight.github.io/githut/#/pull_requests/2020/4
  • Java 16 has arrived
    Not a single number or report. Anyway, different from you, I have sources to claim that: - Java has more open positions. Indeed Tech Skill Explorer. Its double C#; - Java has bigger community. Github Language Stats. Java #3, while C# #9. - Java tag has been used more time in stackoverflow, than C#. - Java is used second choice in unicorns. While C# is #11 place;
  • How an Anti-TypeScript “JavaScript developer” like me became a TypeScript fan
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-03-02
    Looking at GitHub statistics, I would dare say TypeScript is pretty accepted: https://madnight.github.io/githut/#/pull_requests/2020/4

    Out of all open pull requests on GitHub at the end of 2020, 18.8% were JavaScript and 6.7% were TypeScript.

    For reference CoffeeScript was at 0.25%.

  • Why not `cl-lib`?
    reddit.com/r/emacs | 2021-02-25
    https://madnight.github.io/githut/#/pull_requests/2020/4
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