Top 5 Programming Languages In 2018

Programming world is rising exponentially with every passing year. With over 600 unique programming languages. The main question which comes to everyone’s thought is which language is most appropriate given the current and future market needs.

Let’s see which programming languages are popular enough today to deserve your attention:

1. Java:
There is no doubt that Java is keeping its place as the most popular language from long time. It is still the most favored language for building the backends for modern applications.

2. Python:
One of the main reasons as to why python became so common is the tons of frameworks available for actually anything ranging from web applications to text mining.

3. JavaScript:
Every web browser supports JavaScript, it’s used by over 80% of developers and by 95% of all websites. With the ability of node.js, even the backend can also be developed using JavaScript.

4. C++:
This language is regularly used for application software, game development, drivers, client-server apps and embedded firmware. According to Coding Dojo, C++ continues in use in several legacy systems at large enterprises,

5. C#:
An object-oriented language from Microsoft designed to run on the .NET platform, This language is designed for use in developing software and it is also massively used in video game development.

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