The 7 Most In-Demand Programming Languages of 2018


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The 7 Most In-Demand Programming Languages of 2018

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× 1. Java × Java decreased in popularity by about 6000 job postings in 2018 compared to 2017 but is still extremely well- established. Java is over 20 years old used by millions of developers and billions of devices worldwide × 2. Python × Python grew in popularity by about 5000 job postings over 2017. It is a general-purpose programming language used for web development and as a support language for software developers. It’s also widely used in scientific computing

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Software development is a dynamic field. New and in- demand programming languages frameworks and technologies can emerge rise to fame and then fade away in the course of a few years. Developers need to constantly be learning new skills to stay relevant.

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3. JavaScript JavaScript the grandfather of programming languages is roughly as popular today as it was in our last blog post. That’s no surprise to us – JavaScript is used by over 80 of developers and by 95 of all websites for any dynamic logic on their pages. 4. C++ C++ changed very little in popularity from early 2017 to now. An extension of the old-school “C” programming language C++ is usually used for system/application software game development drivers client-server applications and embedded firmware.

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The software development company life cycle SDLC is a framework defining tasks performed at each step in the software development process.

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× 5. C × C pronounced “C sharp” went down slightly in demand this year. C is an object-oriented programming language from Microsoft designed to run on Microsoft’s .NET platform and to make development quicker and easier than Microsoft’s previous languages. × 6. PHP × PHP a scripting language used on the server side moved up to number six in our ranking over number nine last year. Most developers use PHP for web development either to add functions that HTML can’t handle or to interact with MySQL databases.

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Big concept More skills for Web development company App development company

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× 7. Perl Perl dropped by about 3000 job postings and stayed in seventh place in our analysis. Perl 5 and Perl 6 are both chugging along and Perl continues to be popular for system and network administrators and as a glue language.

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