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7 popular Programming Languages Developers Should Learn In 2019

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To get familiar with the latest technology and to get maximum advantages, people learn programming languages. It is a hot topic to discuss which programming language is the best to learn.

In this article, you will know about the 7 most popular programming languages in the world.

  • Python

As we have mentioned in our previous blog, the latest TIOBE Programming Community Index issued a positive sign of Python programming and showing Python programming in top 10 popular languages in the latest index of the year 2019.

Python is the growing programming language, widely used in web applications, desktop application, network servers, machine learning, web maintenance, media tools, and many other platforms. Programmers might think Python useful for back-end services and API’s if you’re in security or Site Reliability Engineering.

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Programmers and developers should know that Python-based web development framework like Django, Pyramid and Turbo Gear got the fame among programming languages.

  • JavaScript

JavaScript is also a popular language among programmers. According to Stack Overflow, a majority of the programmers use JavaScript for developing a web application. It’s dynamic and useful for front-end development and gradually applicable to back-end development as well.

JavaScript is quickly growing into areas like game development as the youngsters like to spend much of their time playing games and the (IOT) Internet of things.

  • Rust

Maybe you won’t agree but it is true. Rust get the positive signs from programmers.  It’s a high system-level programming language which is moving the way we think about programming. Rust came in top position in the 2018 Stack Overflow programmer survey, for programmer loved and desirable language.

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Rust programming language basically developed by Mozilla Foundation. Usually, it is used and operated as a low-level language, preferable for performance critical code. This programming language was created to avoid the dangling pointers, buffer excesses or any other type of memory related errors,

  • Go

Go works as minimal language same as Python. It was created and managed by Google. Programmers came up a language which is modest to write like Python but more well-organized like C++.

Go gives better response and features to design concurrent programs. Even in this modern world when multi-core apps are being written, go addresses the need perfectly and also there’s built-in support of concurrency in it.

  • Swift

It’s suitable for IOS mobile development. This programming language is considered for the highly paid career opportunity. This language was released in 2014. It’s Apple’s fresh language options for programmers, native IOS and Mac-OS applications.

It is also used to build 2d games and mobile application. It is also used for an improvement in terms of easy usability and performance compared to Objective-C.

  • Kotlin

This programming language is the second most desirable programming language after Python. Kotlin language is initially established by JetBrains. It is completely interoperable with Java and uses with no limitations. It can also be used almost every program related to developing activities.

An Android developer has also been using Kotlin language from many times and loved the most. In 2017 Google publicized the statement that Kotlin is now the official language for Android development.

  • C++

C++ is an extremely perfect and flexible language which helps programmers a lot. It was first created back in 1985. It has remained later in high demand due to high performance, reliability, and variety of backgrounds you can use it in.

Microsoft Windows and Google Chrome are the two of the most well-known entities that created with C++, and indeed most of Amazon’s website is created in C++.

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