Top 10 Programming Languages
Java is top pick as one of the most popular programming languages, used for building server-side applications to video games and mobile apps. It’s also the core foundation for developing Android apps, making it a favorite of many programmers. Java is seen as the programming language of choice for IoT, enterprise architecture, and cloud computing.The language has also been ranked on top by efinancialcareers’s survey for most in-demand programming languages on Wall Street in 2015.Java is also at the central of a patent battle between Google and Oracle. Oracle sued Google in 2010, claiming that Google had improperly incorporated parts of Java into Android.
Third on the list is Microsoft’s C#. According to the company, “You can use C# to create Windows client applications, XML Web services, distributed components, client-server applications, database applications, and much, much more.C# (pronounced C-sharp, not C-hashtag for you Twitter fans) is the language used in order to develop Microsoft apps.
Visual C# provides an advanced code editor, convenient user interface designers, integrated debugger, and many other tools to make it easier to develop applications based on the C# language and the .NET Framework.”
Next on the list is PHP, the language which forms the backbone of many present-day content management systems including WordPress.PHP (which stands for Hypertext Preprocessor, if you care to know) is often used in conjunction with dynamic data-heavy websites and app development.
The language regarded as an essential tool for building modern web applications was originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994.
The fifth hottest programming language to learn in 2015 is C++.If you saw C++ on a report card, you’d be pretty bummed. Maybe a bit confused, too. However, C++ is not the bizarrely bad grade it seems to be. A general purpose language, it is considered as the go-to language for high-volume/high-frequency trading.
The language also figures in prominently in efinancialcareers’s survey. “Due to the high cost of moving to new technologies there will continue to be significant demand for those who can programme in languages compatible with the legacy environment,” says the survey quoting Gina Schiller, vice president at Jay Gaines & Company.
The language has also been standardized by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
The general-purpose, object-oriented language Python ranks at No. 6 on the Mashable’s list. Considered as programming language for everybody, Python’s source code is freely available and open for modification and reuse.Python is a one-stop shop. There’s a Python framework for pretty much anything, from web apps to data analysis. In fact, WordStream is written in Python! You’re the best bud. Python is often heralded as the easiest programming language to learn, with its simple and straightforward syntax.According to a recent WANTED Analytics, demand for Python programming expertise increased 96.9% in big-data related positions in the last twelve months. Some of the top Big Data employers of 2014 are Cisco, IBM, Oracle, Teradata and Sabre.
The next language on Mashable’s ’10 programming languages you need to know in 2015′ list is C. The language was originally developed at AT&T Bell Labs by Dennis Ritchie between 1969 and 1973.C is the predecessor to more complex programming languages like Java and C#. C is best when you want to work small and when dealing with low-level applications.
According to Mashable, C is in demand as it is “…small, fast and powerful. If you’re building software for embedded systems, working with system kernels or just want to squeeze every last drop of the resources you have at hand, C is lean, mean and ready to scream.”
Next most in-demand language for 2015 is SQL or Structured Query Langauge. SQL is a database query language (SQL stands for Structured Query Language) that’s ideal when talking big data..Microsoft SQL Server database certifications have also been ranked among Best Database Certifications for the year 2015. WANTED Analytics has also ranked it among the three most in-demand skills for Big Data jobs.
Ruby (also known as Ruby on Rails) is a major supplier of web apps. it takes 9th place from top 10 programming languages Ruby is popular due to its ease of learning (it’s very straightforward) and power. Ruby knowledge is in high demand these days!Ruby on Rails has also been ranked by Quartz’s Max Nisen among the most valuable languages of 2015.
At No. 10th on the list is Objective -C, a superset of C programming language. Objective-C is the programming language behind iOS apps.. However, the language faces stiff competition for Apple’s programming framework Swift.
These are the top 10 programming languages around the world