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Andrew McCormick17,730 Points
Finally, the answer to which language you should learn!
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Fabian Claudio4,017 Points
This info-graphic is not reliable. Just going to point out php is in over 80% of the web according to a more reliable source called http://www.w3.org so is far from dead, and it also says php is for small scale websites? Wrong again this is from infoworld.com: "You're typing along, pouring thoughts into text for your website, and you want to add a branch to the process, a little if-then statement to make it look pretty, say, depending on some parameter in the URL. Or maybe you want to mix in text or data from a database. With PHP, you open up the magic PHP tags and start writing code within seconds. No need for templates -- everything is a template! No need for extra files or elaborate architectures, just programmable logistical power at your fingertips."
I'm not going to even touch other languages like C for apple...really? Swift is here. But i gotta say the graphic looks cool with lord of the rings in it.