It generally isn't worth reporting on the TIOBE index of programming languages every month for a range of reasons - most of which are to do with it not changing very much. This month, however, great things are afoot - or rather perhaps they are as the index is known to have many flaws and any conclusion drawn from it has to be taken with a very large confidence interval.
Position Mar 2012
Position Mar 2011
It most probably will, despite its poor public image.
A course in creative computing that uses p5.js to capture natural phenomena in the physical world started on May 3rd. Taught by Dan Shiffman, Processing Foundation's co-founder, with guest lectur [ ... ]