Top Five World’s Most Underrated Programming Languages
benny.luypaert at rhysoft.com
Thu Jan 24 23:02:07 UTC 2019
On Thursday, 24 January 2019 at 14:44:07 UTC, bachmeier wrote:
> Of course, one could argue that it must have offered enough to
> keep some of them interested. They were able to get stuff done
> when they used it.
The build in and good performing http server hit the sweet spot.
Never underestimate the desire of people to simply get going fast.
As a developer, you can be assured that your Go HTTP server will
survive a upgrade to a new major release version. That assurance
is a bit less with D. ;)
One of D its weak spots, that its so general positioned as a C++
replacement, that it lacks a identify for itself.
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