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If you combine Scala, Clojure and Groovy, you still don't have enough momentum on the scape of what Java had or even Python.



Scala is more popular now than Python was at the same age, and it is used for much more serious stuff than currently Python is.


What does "serious" mean in this context? Is it another way of saying high load? Enterprise? Is scientific computing serious? How can you say that one platform is used for "much more serious stuff" when you almost certainly have no idea what 99.9% of all python (or Scala) installations are being used for.


Do you happen to have a source for this (genuinely interested) :)




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