For a presentation, looked up when various programming languages first appeared.
Rust: 2010 (1.0 2015)
All but one of those are still in active use.
@liw In "We Really Don't Know How to Compute!" I think Sussman made a comment like "Lisp and Fortran are the only two really old languages in active use, and everything since is a variant of those two"
@liw fans of languages since might be like "but wait that's not true, my language does X", but most of those X'es are demonstrated as minor variations on a lisp in the last two sections of SICP :)
@liw C is temporally closer to Plainkalkul than to C#, Go and Rust.
But also: Plainkalkul is closer to Cleopatra than Cleopatra is to the pyramids of Giza. Tyrannosaurus Rex is closer to Rust than to Stegosaurus.
@liw whenever I remember how often I run fortran code while using python (via scipy https://github.com/scipy/scipy-svn/blob/b3d70966190d759261bf0b2ddc8cddef5d4336a6/scipy/integrate/odepack/stode.f), I always have to go take a nap
Lars and friends