A recent poll on the Lazarus/FPC forum highlighted a fact: pascal coders are older than most coders. Usually, at our age, we should be managers, not developers. But we like coding in pascal. It is still fun after decades!
But does it mean that you should not use pascal for any new project? Are the language/compilers/libraries outdated?
In the company I currently work for, we have young coders, just out-of-school or still-in-school, which joined the team and write great code!
And a recent thread in this very same forum was about comparing languages to implement a REST server, in C#, Go, Scala, TypeScript, Elixir and Rust.
Several pascal versions are about to be contributed, one in which mORMot shines.