What programming language is the future?
Recently argued with friends on the subject, but to answer we so and failed to. Now I was wondering your point of view😀😀😀.
I think Kotlin will blow up now and die down in just a few years. much like Java, it was the best thing ever made when it came out. it was small in size, faster than anything else, less code had to be written, etc. but with every language, more and more libraries keep being added, making them bigger in size and slower in execution. it is a need that we have; when something is good, improve it. I think the language of the future has still to be released to the public. @alex44098 regarding the most "convenient" language at the moment, I would opt for python. machine learning is definitely booming and will continue to boom in the next years. other languages like R, F#, Julia, etc. are also used to build neural networks. however, we must keep in mind that Python is a very-high-level programming language, and is therefore useless when it comes to programming bigger things. while writing millions of lines of code that execute at a reasonable speed is possible in languages like C, C++, C#, Java etc., Python cannot handle that much 😀 (that being said though, I work only with Python in small backend networking programs for https://www.torproject.org/ and Python had been for many years my only programming language at a professional level. so you never know what's coming. nobody can predict the future!) P.S. sorry for the essay 😋
kotlin, really, or dart 👍😉
What about Ruby? Language is convenient, functional. I liked him.
Then another question... Which programming language is the most convenient and used right now? And what language to write neural networks? Python or C++?
@Oma Falk Thank you very much👍😊
Thanks to all☺!
I think, it is not yet on the market. At the moment there grow many languages. The language of the future is that one, which will meet the most important needs coming up . So there might be more than one language, each specialized for one Topic (Big Data, Robotic(driving cars), Apps, Games) We will more and more switch to graphical programming languages. Only specialists will type the code. That might be languages of the 5th Generation.
Google has now launched Flutter Beta for developing android apps.. Therefore it is a waste of time to learn Kotlin.. Kotlin was launched few years ago itself which in my eyes holds no future.. It is therefore unpredictable which language is the future since they are evolving at an unexpected rate. What is trending today may be obselete tommorrow. But somewhere I can say that C, C++ and Java are evergreen languages🙂
The entire C-family (minus Obj-C), will be around for a pretty long time.
@alex ahhh ok Here I agree with Jonathan. Java will be the looser the next years.
Kotlin for sure...But i think new ones will show up in the future of the future xD
Q# for quantum computers of the future
The family of C and Python I guess...