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Topic: As C# lost the market to a python

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> Image: growth_major_languages-1-1400x1200.png hardly it is the same market it is market growth data scientists more likely and he lost the market java though I still on it put

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Hello, Ejnstok Fajr, you wrote: In the Python  beginners with , here the number of questions also grew. Lost the market data science - yes. Lost the market of applications - is not present.

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N> In the Python  beginners with , here the number of questions also grew. Lost the market data science - yes. Lost the market of applications - is not present. It for a short while. In what a counter C# - it was convenient and logical to pass to it from a C ++. But now does not remain anybody (from beginners) who knows a C ++, learn at once a python with . Here all of you  ( on pension) in ten years and everything, everywhere will be a python with . And in applications too.

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Hello, Ejnstok Fajr, you wrote: > It for a short while. In what a counter C# - it was convenient and logical to pass to it from a C ++. But now does not remain anybody (from beginners) who knows a C ++, learn at once a python with . Here all of you  ( on pension) in ten years and everything, everywhere will be a python with . And in applications too. Something is not visible on schedules of effect of leaving of pensioners...

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Hello, Ejnstok Fajr, you wrote: >... skipped... As a python thrust in each school and University, and pupils, following a syndrome of a duckling, began to use it and in operation. Would learn on pascal - the pascal would fly up.

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Hello, Ejnstok Fajr, you wrote: > Image: growth_major_languages-1-1400x1200.png And what correlation between an amount of questions and popularity of language? Personally I on SO did not set any question on stack MS, that is from their point of view I do not exist In my opinion these schedules only show an amount  and other morons for whom reading of the documentation it is too difficult, and easier to ask at a forum.

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Hello, koandrew, you wrote: K> In my opinion these schedules only show an amount  and other morons for whom reading of the documentation it is too difficult, and easier to ask at a forum. And where is easier and much faster simply correctly to ask a question to the searcher, than crookedly to paint a problem. And if to try to explain such even in the soft form, go to complain on unwelcoming communities. Well, also it is a pity that on the schedule misses Android - there even more ridiculously.

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Hello, halo, you wrote: H> And where is easier and much faster simply correctly to ask a question to the searcher, than crookedly to paint a problem. Ability to use the searcher is generally separate  which very many "" at all do not own. Competently to formulate a question, it is necessary to understand well a problem essence, and it, as a rule, demands own research of a problem and attempt to find the decision it is independent. But it is too frequent in reply to a question questioning "And what you tried to make in attempt to find the decision?" You receive "anything" or any unintelligible grumble which upon means the same interesting as such companions will do own researches which are a part of our operation. At me on operation, for example, percent 60 all working hours leave on researches and prototyping...

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> Here all of you  ( on pension) in ten years and everything, everywhere will be a python with . And in applications too. In 1992 shouted "everywhere will be SmallTalk". In 1998 "everywhere will be Java". And python transits. In the end-ends its role - , level of bat-files in Windows, no more. In ten years all projects will be on . Even calendars and TODO-sheets. It is all already clearly.  and  most  area, in  and data science money ceased to go, startups are displaced. And in   new projects on C# - both pools, and coins, and all engine  on C# translated. Truth to these  many new coins almost all  on a C ++ doing  ZCash. But with an output C#-native all hogwash retires and there will be one C#.

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Hello, hi_octane, you wrote: _>... In  and data science money ceased to go, startups are displaced. Unless? Or it is a part ?

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Hello, koandrew, you wrote: K> Ability to use the searcher is generally separate  which very many "" at all do not own. Competently to formulate a question, it is necessary to understand well a problem essence, and it, as a rule, demands own research of a problem and attempt to find the decision it is independent. But it is too frequent in reply to a question questioning "And what you tried to make in attempt to find the decision?" You receive "anything" or any unintelligible grumble which upon means the same interesting as such companions will do own researches which are a part of our operation. At me on operation, for example, percent 60 all working hours leave on researches and prototyping... A challenge of figs . Therefore you ask a stupid question and you go to sort out all .

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Hello, hi_octane, you wrote: _> Kripta and  most  area, in  and data science money ceased to go, startups are displaced. ! Because not on C#. Exchanged on a python and With ++, here and receive.

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Hello, koandrew, you wrote: K> Hello, halo, you wrote: H>> And where is easier and much faster simply correctly to ask a question to the searcher, than crookedly to paint a problem. K> ability to use the searcher is generally separate  which very many "" at all do not own. Competently to formulate a question, it is necessary to understand well a problem essence, and it, as a rule, demands own research of a problem and attempt to find the decision it is independent. But it is too frequent in reply to a question questioning "And what you tried to make in attempt to find the decision?" You receive "anything" or any unintelligible grumble which upon means the same interesting as such companions will do own researches which are a part of our operation. At me on operation, for example, percent 60 all working hours leave on researches and prototyping... There is nothing So to google. There is basically nothing for it. Any library. Transited 18 years. And generally anything. Well you to me now tell  there. And in  it  works as language. Together with  And after all in the MSEC it accurately understand. Anything on it do not develop. All fighters in typescript spanned.

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_>>... In  and data science money ceased to go, startups are displaced. N> unless? Or it is a part ? And  also is not present. Yes, went too far intentionally, that from the screen already sweet treacle. In the core it is pure that anti-sisharpshchikov  During too time really even to steam  greens under what-thread  or big-date-analitiks now to collect a startup of money already where more heavily. Number of conferences,  and other pop  on normal subjects it is direct sinks in the continuous event stream around . And in process of magnification of number of investors which quitted with 10 profit level shits-projects "  , we give regularly news, started up a token on a stock exchange" - remaining it will be heavier. And the situation with normal projects which though do something, will not be refined, while  does not fail there where it should be.

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Hello, Sharov, you wrote: _>> Kripta and  most  area, in  and data science money ceased to go, startups are displaced. S> Pralna! Because not on C#. Exchanged on a python and With ++, here and receive. It is necessary to rewrite urgently all on to-sharp then money go!

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Hello, Glory, you wrote: As a python thrust in each school and University, and pupils, following a syndrome of a duckling, began to use it and in operation. Would learn on pascal - the pascal would fly up. So Pascal and so at height. Look https://www.tiobe.com/tiobe-index/Delphi directly  at peak of all and all!

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Hello, neFormal, you wrote: F> a challenge of figs . F> therefore you ask a stupid question and you go to sort out all . I here manage the searcher and somehow I consult. So pump over the Google-faugh! Ability correctly to raise the question in itself it is very useful - irrespectively searchers.

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And in the market of questions on SO how many is now estimated?

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Hello, koandrew, you wrote: F>> a challenge of figs . F>> therefore you ask a stupid question and you go to sort out all . K> I here manage the searcher and somehow I consult. So pump over the Google-faugh! Ability correctly to raise the question in itself it is very useful - irrespectively searchers. One business - to find that already someone became many times and absolutely another - to find the answer that almost anybody yet did not do there frequently even words you know, on what to search. It is necessary even to open the second page of Google.

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Hello, Ejnstok Fajr, you wrote: > http://news.codecademy.com/content/imag … 0x1200.png That for the market? Collective-farm - ", road, buy a python, and there do not walk, there C# sell"

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Hello, Ejnstok Fajr, you wrote: On me so here more objective pattern https://techrocks.ru/2018/04/27/program … ting-2018/

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Hello, Serginio1, you wrote: S> On me so here more objective pattern S> https://techrocks.ru/2018/04/27/program … ting-2018/ As soon as you see a word rating and programming language together - know, it .... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Hello, Tyomchik, you wrote: Those> Hello, Nuzhny, you wrote: N>> In the Python  beginners with , here the number of questions also grew. Lost the market data science - yes. Lost the market of applications - is not present. Those> it became simple the market  applications not 10 years ago. Even for window leaves a corporate software all on a web. What else window leaves? Or you write about 1, and you think of other?

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Hello, Programmist2013, you wrote: What else window leaves?  means.