According to Lars Bak, Google software engineer and head of Dart, the immediate plans going forward include improving Dartium and Dart’s overall performance, as well as “ensuring the platform remains rock solid.”
Aside from Trancat-SQL, which has jumped 14 places over the past year and leapt into the top 10, the top 20 programming languages remain relatively entrenched, with the top four (C, Java, Objective-C and C++) holding position throughout the year.
Hopes will be high for Bak and his co-worker, Kasper Lund – but translating that to developer buy-in is a different thing entirely.
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