The only ranking on the web, based on sentiment, not popularity. Find out which functional language is loved and which gathers the most negative feedback.
This ranking is the first update of the Functional Programming Languages Sentiment Ranking published in April 2021.
The sentiment analysis mechanism behind the ranking is based on the most popular achievements related to artificial intelligence – i.e., deep learning networks and embedding.
We’ve been gathering data for 3 months and have analyzed 160,556 mentions, which have given us insights into 14 functional programming languages (2 more languages than in the previous edition of the ranking). We have aggregated them using the sentiment analysis feature in Brand24.
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