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With a name like PYPL, it's pro-python bias isn't very well hidden...
I didn't see how it matched your title
until I clicked on the tiny
The slow and steady exponential growth of Python over the last decade (roughly doubling in popularity every 4 years) makes sense to me. I see a little dip where Python 3 was introduced and the community fractured a little bit.. but things seem to be improving anyway.. at least in the color of these statistical glasses, which I can't really argue with.
I just don't understand how Java and C# both held the number 6 slot in Jan 2012 (and nobody held the #7 slot). Looks like a minor typo in the chart? Should probably be fixed..
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