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It was like the Formula 1 finale all over again. But instead of Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, the popular Python and C# programming languages were fighting to get the TIOBE programming language of the year award.
In December, C# looked almost certain to win the crown, but tables turned by the end of the year, and Python grabbed the pole position.
For the uninitiated, TIOBE, a software quality measurement company based in the Netherlands, produces a monthly index of popular languages across the world. It's based on the number of search results for a programming language across popular search engines.