Programming languages: Java continues to be the most popular programming language in the world, followed by C and C ++.
The 5 most popular programming languages today are: Java, C, C ++, Pyhton and C #. This is ensured by the TIOBE Index in its last update of June 2017. The novelty is that the programming language Kotlin jumps to the 50 most popular.
The TIOBE Index is an index developed by a Dutch software company that specializes in evaluating and monitoring the quality of software. Currently, the company checks in real time more than 300 million codes of various software per day updating its index month by month.
The TIOBE Index is made up of several variables, such as the number of qualified engineers in a given language, the searches that users make through search engines requesting information from the different programming languages, the demand for courses or languages which are being used the most. The index does not say which one is the best, or in which programming language most of the lines of code were written. Rather, it is useful for a programmer to determine if his knowledge in a particular language has become obsolete, or if his knowledge is in effect. It can also be useful if you have to make a strategic decision on what language you should use for building certain software. The data that we will see next correspond to the month of June of 2017.
Recognized for its readability and simplicity, Java is one of the most widely adopted programming languages: more than 9 million developers use it and it is present in 7 billion devices worldwide. Since 2001 it has remained in the top positions, reaching number 2 as the lowest of all in March 2015. Its enormous popularity is due to its staying power, a matter that ensures the long-term operation of the applications that used.
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Created between 1969 and 1972 in Bell Laboratories, it is one of the most used in the world. While it is run on most operating systems, it is general purpose, making it very flexible. It is very popular for the development of desktop applications, such as the well-known graphic editor GIMP.
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Known for the name “C Plus Plus”, this object-oriented programming language emerges as a continuation and extension of C. There are a lot of programs written in C ++, such as Adobe packages.
A multi platform and multi paradigms programming language, which is also general purpose. This means that it supports object orientation, imperative and functional programming. Its simplicity, readability and similarity with the English language make it a great language ideal for beginners.
Also called “C Sharp”, this object-oriented programming language was developed in 2000 by Microsoft to be used in a wide range of business applications running in the .NET framework. C Sharp is an evolution of C and C ++ that stands out for its simplicity and modernity.
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6.Visual Basic. NET
Moved from number 9 in June 2016 to 6 place in 2017.Used by a large number of people throughout the world who do not have deep knowledge as developers, who find in visual basic, in addition to a simple syntax, the possibility to automate their own processes and create their own web applications.
It is seen as one of the most friendly languages for those just starting out, especially compared to C #.
Programming languages: Created in 1994 by Canadian programmer Rasmus Lerdorf, it was never intended to be a programming language, but was created with the intention of having a set of tools for the maintenance of web pages. It is easily accessible for new programmers and in turn offers the most experienced many possibilities.
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Programming languages: Created Larry Wall, Pearl is an acronym that stands for Practical Extraction and Report Language. It is a general purpose language that serves almost everything, such as the generation and processing of files, to analyze data and texts, and many other things. While there are complex and complete projects written in Pearl, they are the least.
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10.Assembly language (ASL)
Programming languages: Assembly language jumped from number 12 in 2016 to number 10 in 2017. It is a low-level programming language used to interact with computer hardware. It uses structured commands, replacing the numbers, allowing people to have a greater legibility of the codes. Although it is easier to read that the binary code is a difficult language that is often replaced by a superior one, such as C.