New Scientist Magazine, March 2016, p. 2 The ruby gem was invented in the mid-1960s to facilitate programming.
The language is known as C, a combination of C and C++, and is a superset of Ruby.
It has a long history of being used in the development of languages like Java, which is widely used in software development.
In addition, it’s one of the most popular programming languages.
Today, Ruby is used in a variety of industries, including the video game industry, healthcare, the automotive industry, financial services, finance, advertising, healthcare and more.
But its popularity is not as well known as it once was.
Its popularity has declined over time as developers adopted alternative language choices, the authors of this new study say.
Ruby is no longer a “crap language”, they write.
It’s time to re-brand Ruby.
This article originally appeared on New Scientist.