re: Will Java Trend Towards Obscurity? VIEW POST

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Java can both grow in popularity and use while also fading relative to other even more popular languages. It can also become so ubiquitous it's invisible, like C.

It's like how Perl is more popular than ever, but has slid a long way from the once dominant position it used to have in the 1990s.

Maybe Java has already slipped into relative obscurity.

 

It can also become so ubiquitous it's invisible, like C.

Beautifully stated.

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