Will Ruby  find it  difficult to stay in the first 10 languages list
on  Tiobe  Index  ?

According to one of my friends views :

The emergence of new languages like Clojure, Scala, Fan, indicate to
this.   All these  new languages have concurrency support and are faster
than Ruby. Python is improving constantly.  Its perfomance has always
been
faster than Ruby,  and it is very scalable, stable and widely used.
Perl is coming back  with its new avatar "Perl 6" armed with types.
PHP may keep its present postion.  Groovy slowly ascends the ladder.

Inspite of all his comments, My favourite language is Ruby.
I have been using ruby for the last 3 years.  It has vastly helped me
to make my daily office work  easier.  Hopefully 1.9.1 compatible issue
with existing libraries will be solved within months.

Exprert Rubyists,  Please share your views on this matter to enliven
my kind of average rubyists.

Long Live Ruby !!
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