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Yes, but I tried to focus on Languages, not libraries / frameworks.

The reason I posted it was

1) most people think (at least I did) that Scala has no jobs (well, absolute job count is still low, but it's encouraging to know it's growing fast)

2) my surprise, as it seems that Indeed changed the algorithm of the graph, few months back it was a different picture (Scala was behind Clojure for example)

3) seems the trend is faster than Ruby, which is interesting




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