re: Will Java Trend Towards Obscurity? VIEW POST


I think we'll see some gradual decline in Java being a very popular language, especially among your average college student - and I like to believe that colleges have pushed Java onto students for quite some time now. It was the language I learned in my intro to CS classes but that's not so much the case nowadays, or at least that's what I'm seeing/hearing. Lots of colleges are offering these intro courses in Python or JavaScript now.

As others have said, Kotlin is a likely replacement for Java seeing as it can pretty much do everything Java can, just with less code (correct me if I'm wrong) - web apps, backend stuff, Android apps, etc...

Never forget though!...Java runs on billions of devices, lolol.

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