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Top 10 Dying Programming Languages in 2020 | Edureka

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In this highly competitive IT industry, everyone wants to learn programming languages that will keep them ahead of the game. But knowing what to learn so you gain the most out of your knowledge is a whole other ball game. So, we at Edureka have prepared a list of Top 10 Dying Programming Languages 2020 that will help you to make the right choice for your career. Meanwhile, if you ever wondered about which languages are slated for continuing uptake and possible greatness, we have a list for that, too.


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Top 10 Dying Programming Languages in 2020 | Edureka

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  7. 7. 10. PERL “ Perl is a family of two high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming languages. ” PITFALLS ▪ Greater CPU Requirements ▪ Memory Requirements ▪ Increasing Disuse ▪ Lack of Developer Buzz www.edureka.co
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  9. 9. 09. OBJECTIVE C “ Apple’s Objective C is 35 years old, and it’s clear the company wants it dead. ” PITFALLS ▪ Apple introducing Swift ▪ Loss in Popularity ▪ Swift being used increasingly for iOS, macOS & cross platform apps www.edureka.co
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  11. 11. 08. coldfusion “ A gradual decline is being observed in the popularity and usage of ColdFusion. ” PITFALLS ▪ Lack of momentum in the market ▪ Lack of programming community ▪ Poor debugging ▪ Lack of package manager ▪ Poor performance of CF Script ▪ Loss of Market Share www.edureka.co
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  13. 13. 07. Cobol 60 “ COBOL 60 is an acronym for Common Business Oriented Language. It’s created in 1960. ” PITFALLS ▪ Difficult to use ▪ Strong typing rules ▪ Difficult to parse ▪ Doesn’t appeal to companies anymore www.edureka.co
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  15. 15. 06. Pascal “ Pascal is an imperative and procedural programming language that was originally designed for teaching ” PITFALLS ▪ Replaced by Delphi www.edureka.co
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  17. 17. 05. erlang “ Erlang is a general-purpose, functional programming language, and a garbage-collected runtime system. ” PITFALLS ▪ Stagnant in the Market ▪ No Community Engagement ▪ Bad Job Market ▪ Very few jobs available www.edureka.co
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  19. 19. 04. haskell “ It basically was a unification of Miranda, Clean and a dozen of more obscure languages. ” PITFALLS ▪ Only used for research purposes ▪ Most implementations died ▪ Flatlines long term rankings ▪ No developer’s Buzz www.edureka.co
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  21. 21. 03. coffeescript “ CoffeeScript is a language that compiles to JavaScript with syntax inspired by Ruby, Python and Haskell to enhance readability. ” PITFALLS ▪ Adds ambiguity to code ▪ Lack of explicit scoping ▪ Lack of named functions ▪ Decline in Google trends ▪ Decline in Stack Overflow trends www.edureka.co
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  23. 23. 02. elm “ Elm is a functional, domain-specific language, developed for creating web browser-based GUIs, with better usability. ” PITFALLS ▪ Drastic decline in 2018 ▪ Lack of updates ▪ No recurring exposure to developers ▪ Lack of adoption ▪ Lack of momentum in the market ▪ Risk to become purely academic www.edureka.co
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  25. 25. 01. Vb.net “ VB.Net bears the syntax of BASIC, but the coding approach is like that of C#. ” PITFALLS ▪ Carries the cons of Visual Basic ▪ Lack of opportunities for VB developers ▪ Companies abandoning VB apps ▪ VB apps can be extended in any .Net language ▪ Jobs are few for VB.Net developers www.edureka.co
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