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"As of January 2013, PHP was installed on more than 240 million web sites and 2.1 million web servers." -Ide, Andy "PHP just grows and grows" ...
It depends on what you know better for a particular project
there is no specific answer but php is a great example
@Burak Usluer vs? Do you mean Visual Studio?? But discussed subject is language (not the IDE).
A noob question i might ne asking, but What's really Backend And Frontend? Please tell me
It depends on what you mean by most powerful. If it means strong ecosystem then Java. If it means most ubiquitous then PHP. If it means rapid development then Ruby... Etc
php ... python... js+node.js ))) and so many frameworks and engines
@Nikolay I agree that Node.js worth mention. I do myself like it in a way person not learned it deep enough could like it. :-) I think it is good for small services back-end and I heard it has a very nice scalability. But we must understand that the idea and the task to have both front-end and back-end in one language is not so important usually. There are often higher priorities/precedence of (for) other requirements such as security (Java), simplicity and easiness of finding/choosing hosting (PHP at most cheap hosting platforms, while for Node.js you would probably have to pay for VPS or VDS), fast prototyping (Python/Ruby), embedding/fusing in Microsoft "ecosytstem" :-) (C#/ASP.net). Update: oh, and I forgot to mention large base of developers used to particular language and available around (last years it was Java definitely, and PHP for smaller projects, and now I see growing base of Python devs)
if you start programming recently : Python else java
PHP is enough
C# is the best of all
Python enough said.
Right now I'm trying to learn Java so I'll have to go with Java then next learning python since everyone keeps speaking upon it.