Why does the Scala programming language failed to break through till nowadays?
|20% (1)||The Scala language is too complex for the average programmer.|
|0% (0)||Too numerous breaks to backward compatibility.|
|20% (1)||Its just not accepted enough and its not sure if it will survive.|
|0% (0)||There aren't enough librarys and frameworks to work with.|
|0% (0)||The work of the language developers weren't good enough.|
|40% (2)||The IDE's aren't good enough for Scala.|
|20% (1)||The Scala language is not well known yet.|
|20% (1)||Companies change to Scala would cost too much.|
|0% (0)||There is simple no need for the language Scala and it's features.|
|20% (1)||There is a little break through and stackoverflow's data isn't representative.|
|40% (2)||The number of questions at stackoverflow don't say nothing about quality and java questions are often from beginners.|
|0% (0)||Other reason.|
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