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is Ruby fading away?

 
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Dear Authors,

I always loved the fact that when we looked for something else outside of Java and the .Net world there was Ruby,
though I have not done much with professionally, Ruby as a language it always enticed me a lot.

But what about the general perception that Ruby is fading away?
Thanks
Sundar
 
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