10 Programming Languages to Watch in 2012

With all of the imperative languages, functional languages, object-oriented languages, dynamic languages, compiled languages, interpreted languages and scripting languages available today, it might not seem like the world needs any more programming languages. However, people keep developing new languages to tackle new challenges, to address shortcomings of older languages and to fulfill niche requirements. Here are ten cutting-edge languages that could become big in the coming years:

  1. Dart
  2. Ceylon
  3. Go
  4. F#
  5. Opa
  6. Fantom
  7. Zimbu
  8. X10
  9. haXe
  10. Chapel

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