Old programming languages: Why new developers don't want to learn these languages

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These old programming languages are still critical to big companies. But nobody wants to learn them

Large organizations still rely on ageing IT systems and programming languages to run their mainframes. But as traditional developers reach retirement age, new hires are reluctant to pick up old skills.

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