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Which is the trending programming language?

I want to learn something new which is trending and interesting

1/16/2017 4:58:16 PM

Sandeep J Kadam

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well friend deppends on what would you like to do, so lets clarify: we have web programomg, database programing, application programimg, system programing and programing of boards. For web programming you have front end and backend programing: -php,javascript, ruby, python (easy medium backend) -aspnet, java ( hard web backend programing) -html, css, js(frontend technologies) Aplication programing: -java (easy, medium, darth vader, hardest, unlimited power)/ can make Android apps with Java (special segment) -c/c++ (medium/hard/expert app developement) -C# similar to Java (syntax and all) -delphy (easy to hard, solid for learning gui OOP) Database developement: (usualy used to make querryes with SQL language) -Oracle SQL (medium/hard, need to buy for comercial use, free for students) -MS SQL (easy/medium used with MS Acess program, have different variants) System programming -C and C++ master race (hard/exreme?) -pascal (obsolete) Boards programing (eg. Altera, Raspberi PI) -VHDL (Quartus is program used, medium/hard) -Python (medium) -C (versions for boards, have some addons, compilers and drivers) -MatLab (you can do any, litteraly anything you want if you know how to use matlab). well there are more things but this should gice you a hint of what to start.

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python maybe

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There are some attempts at measuring language trends and popularity, and they each use different methodologies. Some links: Tiobe Index http://www.tiobe.com/tiobe-index/ PYPL PopularitY of Programming Language index https://pypl.github.io/PYPL.html RedMonk Programming Language Rankings (updated twice a year, next update likely sometime in the next month) http://redmonk.com/sogrady/2016/07/20/language-rankings-6-16/ Trendy Skills http://trendyskills.com/ Stack Overflow Developer Survey https://stackoverflow.com/research/developer-survey-2016#technology Rust is a newer language (1.0 release was in 2015) and was at the top of the "Most Loved" section in the Stack Overflow survey. "Rust is a systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety." https://www.rust-lang.org/