Top Five World’s Most Underrated Programming Languages
jeti789 at web.de
Wed Jan 23 21:46:17 UTC 2019
On Wednesday, 23 January 2019 at 12:26:02 UTC, rikki cattermole
> On 24/01/2019 1:20 AM, JN wrote:
>> Well, the truth is, people don't come to a language because of
>> a killer feature. Sometimes it's even the opposite. Java and
>> Dart are familiar to some extent because of lack of killer
> Actually that isn't quite true.
> Java's killer feature is consistent simplicity. That is how it
> was originally sold to great success. The ecosystem and tooling
> came later.
Java is going to get CSP-style concurency as in Go probably in
JDK13. It's called Project Loom. Here is a presentation by Mark
Reinhold (Java project lead at Oracle) where he is presenting a
preview of JDK13 and Project Loom:
(starting at 1:08:47)
This will create some competition for Go what the multi-threading
model is concerned. Java is better than Go otherwise in every
aspect except memory consumption.
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