Hi,

In message "the mindshare of Ruby (was)"
    on 03/08/20, "Brandon J. Van Every" <vanevery / 3DProgrammer.com> writes:

|Pointedly: does Ruby have enough critical mass to survive?  By way of
|comparision, the survival of Python is assured.  But in the face of Java and
|C# mindshare, vitality is not assured.  Survival, but stagnantion, is an all
|too realistic scenario.  The problem is, when the rest of the world thinks
|it should be programming in something else, the talent goes there.

I think there's enough to survive.  But I'm not sure for vitality.  If
your purpose is seeking a vital language for the future, you can just
wait to see how Ruby goes for a while.  It's still under growing
phase.

							matz.