So maybe in the near future, it’ll be in your car, in your GPS, in your toys, your watches, your wearable electronics, and just about everything else you can imagine.
Some of my favorites:
- X86 virtual machine running Linux
- Adobe Photoshop Generator
And don’t forget… the Unreal engine.
Java (these are tied)
There are other ways to measure. Langpop has been collecting stats, and they let you weight them in whatever way makes sense to you. Langpop’s default rankings are frankly crap, giving equal weight to dubious measures like “Google Files Results” (which only returns any visible date for 3-4 languages).
But if you give a little extra weight to the actual open source code committers (ohloh and github) and kill the obviously flawed Google file search weighting (set it to 0), it’s not too far off from the Redmonk findings: