Coding Fun Kotlin Top Functional Programming Languages 2004 – 2019 (based on Google Trends)

Top Functional Programming Languages 2004 – 2019 (based on Google Trends)





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Programming languages included: OCaml, Scala, Haskell, Swift, Elm, Kotlin, Racket, Scheme, F#, Clojure, Elixir, Rust, Lisp, Erlang

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5 thoughts on “Top Functional Programming Languages 2004 – 2019 (based on Google Trends)”

  1. GottsStr says:

    Very informative, thanks.

  2. Kunal Rabha says:

    Why aren't you uploading anymore code_report episodes??? They are very helpful to me

  3. Umbrall says:

    Elm seems have quite a bit of buzz 8 years before it was designed.

  4. Leo S says:

    Swift's 1.0 release in June 2014 was apparently a really big deal.

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