July 2016: Java is #1 And Raising

The Java programming language becomes even more popular (19.804%) and gains 2.08%. Second is the C programming language (12.238%) which lost 3.91% -- the gap is larger. C was number #1 in 2001.

Java is also doing well comparing the "Monthly Commits" of JavaScript, C, Clojure, Scala and Go.

One of the recurring airhacks.tv questions is: "As I student, should I still invest in Java?" :-)

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