C++ and JavaScript: Developers Consider Programming Languages of the Future

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Developers who are starting new long-term projects are faced with a hard choice? Do they go with C# or Objective C, focus on JavaScript or stay with good old fashioned C++? According to some experts, C++ should be your choice, and here's why.

Your first clue is the language that operating systems themselves are created with--and that's C and C++. While application programmers moved on to C# and .NET, Windows system programmers continued using C++ to create COM interfaces. The word is still out for Windows 8, but the Microsoft Visual C++ team has been very active lately, and there has been a hint that it may be "re-discovered" as WinC++, a new, yet old language.

Developers who are starting new long-term projects are faced with a hard choice? Do they go with C# or Objective C, focus on JavaScript or stay with good old fashioned C++? According to some experts, C++ should be your choice, and here's why.

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