Another language that is similar to, but not quite resembling, an existing language.
Honestly I am finding it difficult to keep up with all the different frameworks and languages and such. Bootcamps churning out web developers who learn how to make pretty pages but have no foundation to build upon, like data structures and algorithms. A seamstress goes to a web developer bootcamp and now all of a sudden she thinks she is a rockstar software developer. She may be awesome with her HTML, killer using CSS, but does she know how to get data from a database?
Then you have the marketing guys who will want to use this new language. First it was the cloud, everything was about the cloud. Then it was Big Data, yes lets do that, lets do big data. They jump on every new trendy hip thing out there.
Then the IS directors and HR managers try to hire someone with experience in the new language that just came out. How are you going to find someone with 1-2 years experience in it unless it is the person who wrote it?
What we really need is for the existing languages to enforce good programming practices. Not to be picking on anyone, however, have you ever looked at some of the code out there? So many of these so-called programmers can't seem to use a newline character, or an indent. And adding comments in their code is like giving away information to the enemy. I would like to see more standardization and less new baubles and shiny bits.