On Wednesday, 8 February 2017 at 18:27:57 UTC, Ilya Yaroshenko
1. Why your company uses D?
a. D is the best
b. We like D
c. I like D and my company allowed me to use D
d. My head like D
e. Because marketing reasons
f. Because my company can be more efficient with D for some
tasks then with any other system language
No, my company does not use D.
2. Does your company uses C/C++, Java, Scala, Go, Rust?
C#, C++, Java - ordered by %usage
3. If yes, what the reasons to do not use D instead?
- no decimal data type;
- no i18n;
- no GUI;
- IDE support;
- lack of "batteries included" experience;
We are following D for long time. The initial idea was "Look,
ma', there is something like C# that compiles to native". Once
Tango (which looks a lot like C# standard library) was dropped
and was replaced by phobos, my team lost the interest, I'm the
only one right now using D for pet projects.
2. Have you use one of the following Mir projects in production:
e. https://github.com/libmir/dcv - D Computer Vision Library
Most of the apps we develop are in the financial domain. Didn't
find any use.
3. If Yes, can Mir community use your company's logo in a
section "Used by" or similar.
4. Have you use one of the following Tamedia projects in your
5. What D misses to be commercially successful languages?
6. Why many topnotch system projects use C programming language
I truly don't know.