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Discussion on: ⚰️C# in 2022 — Will it die?

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Matt Ellen

I have never heard anyone say c# is dying or dead. Where did you hear that?

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kevinmitnick412

We will simply type in Google "C# dyi..."

Google autocomplete = Lots of people searching for it.

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Ohh, no small number of people are looking for it.

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"Other user questions" = The article, post, video or whatever best answers the user's search (and no, it's not for SEO for typing 4634069 times the search term) but based on user acceptance, reading and session time.

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Conclusion: That I say that many people say, write, search and ask that C# is dead and/or dying is correct. Another thing is ignorance (which seems to be your case).

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Matt Ellen

Google put us each in our own bubbles. I get no such auto complete.

It's a ludicrous thought that C# is dying, given the large number of jobs and the fact that MS supports it. It seems the people who think it is dying are quite ignorant indeed!

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kevinmitnick412

That's why I think they made this article, especially for ignorant people. Just because they are ignorant people doesn't mean that "C# is dying" is not wanted.

(I did the search with incognito mode. That way Google doesn't take preference from my previous searches. Which means that's what people are really searching for).