It generally isn't worth reporting on the TIOBE index of programming languages every month for a range of reasons - most of which are to do with it not changing very much. This month, however, great things are afoot - or rather perhaps they are as the index is known to have many flaws and any conclusion drawn from it has to be taken with a very large confidence interval.
Position Mar 2012
Position Mar 2011
It most probably will, despite its poor public image.
Back in November 2015 we explained how F.lux had been banned from the app store for violating the Developer Program Agreement. This wasn't good, but now Apple has implemented the same functionality as [ ... ]