What is the better back-end language?

Python, PHP or Java

25th Feb 2017, 11:38 AM
Alex Pinho
Alex Pinho - avatar
3 Answers
+ 10
As I see it: 3.PHP - for small projects (SOHO). 2. C# - for big projects (medium companies). 1. Java - for biggest projects (enterprise/corporations). Some newer back-end languages are Python and Node.js(JavaScript). Node.js is good for small projects and is very scalable (as I heard) so it can be used in all of those 3 areas. Python... I'm not sure, but Django is very popular framework. But it's a little bit slow (heavy?) and most used when developers want to develop fast and to have easier process. There are exceptions for every "rule" that I tried to figure out here. (And, Yes, "none language is better than another" whithout specifying a lot more of requirements, conditions)
25th Feb 2017, 5:05 PM
Andrew Harchenko (Tomsk)
Andrew Harchenko (Tomsk) - avatar
+ 9
I prefer PHP
25th Feb 2017, 4:44 PM
Siddharth Saraf
+ 6
None language is better than another... They have specifities, and you could have preferences different from me ( or anyone ). My choice is Python, but it's just MINE ^^
25th Feb 2017, 4:34 PM
visph - avatar