Languages That Live and Die… Why?

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 | By Chris Rossi

Google wants to change the way the world writes software.

In recent years, the search giant has unveiled two new programming languages that seek to improve on some of the most widely used languages on the planet.

With a language called Go, it seeks to give the world a replacement for the venerable languages C and C++, providing a more nimble means of building really big software platforms inside data centers. And with Dart, it hopes to replace JavaScript, improving the way we build software that’s run in our web browsers.

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