Chinwike Maduabuchi
Dec 3, 2020 ⋅ 4 min read

Why is TypeScript surpassing Python?

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2 Replies to "Why is TypeScript surpassing Python?"

  1. TypeScript is has not “surpassed” Python. TypeScript is just newer (and also much more confusing), and so many (most?) new Stack Overflow users are on the website asking questions about TypeScript, which means those users are more likely to take part in the survey (e.g., I haven’t taken part in their surveys since the early 2010s, because Python isn’t a confusing mess, so I don’t find myself on Stack Overflow every 5 minutes.

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