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Do you feel that in the future, Ruby may be a language that replaces
Java for high school curriculum?
 
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I'd like to see it. However, I'm afraid that most academics would prefer the "there's only one way to do X" mentality of python.
 
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I'm actually teaching Ruby to a group of middle schoolers, and they're taking to it VERY well. I think the fact that you can do things a lot of ways helps rather than hinders.
 
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