WELCOME TO TECHIEZ

All the Latest

 
 
  • Nithin

Top 5 Programming Languages In 2020

Hey guys its Nithin here. I hope you guys are doing well. we all have been in a time where we are stuck not knowing which programming language to learn or which will suit you, your job, or your passion whatever it may be. If you would ask me which programming language is best? I would say there are none. Every Language has its usage depending on their field. I have listed down the most popular programming languages used right now.. You can choose what to learn depending on your domain, passion, and job profile. I hope this blog might help you get some clarity.


1. Python


Python tops the list. It is widely accepted that first learning is the best programming language. Python is a programming language that is simple, easy to use, and easy to deploy and is widely used to build scalable web applications. Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest, and SurveyMonkey are all Python built-in. Python offers excellent library support and has a large community of developers.


Applications:

  • Web Applications

  • Desktop GUI Applications

  • Software Development

  • Business Applications

  • Applications for Images


2. JavaScript



JavaScript is the language for programming "front-ends." JavaScript is widely used in designing interactive front-end apps. For example, the logic is implemented via JavaScript when you click a button that opens a popup. Many organizations, especially start-ups, are using Node.JS these days which is a run-time environment based on JavaScript. Node.js allows developers to use JavaScript for server-side scripting server-side scripts to produce dynamic content on the web page before the page is sent to the web browser of the user. Applications:

  • Websites

  • Web Applications

  • Server Applications

  • Web Servers

  • Games


3.Java



Java is another common option in large organizations, and for decades it has remained so. Java is widely used to build Web applications on an enterprise scale. Java is considered to be highly robust, and so it has been embraced by many large businesses. If you are looking at a large organization for a development-based work, Java is the language you should be studying. Java is also commonly used in designing Smartphone Applications. Every company today wants an Android Application as today there are billions of Android users. This opens up an immense opportunity for Java developers despite Google's creation of an excellent Android development platform based on Java-Android Studio.


Applications:

  • Desktop GUI Applications

  • Android applications

  • Embedded Systems

  • Cloud-based Applications

  • Gaming Applications


4.C/C++


C / C++ is a bit like programming bread and butter. Nearly all low-level systems are written in C / C++, such as operating systems, file systems, etc. If you want to be a programmer at the system level, C / C++ is the language that you should be learning. Due to its extremely fast and stable use, C++ is also widely used by competitive programmers. C++ also includes something called the STL-Standard Library of templates. STL is a collection of ready-to-use libraries for complex data structures, arithmetic, and algorithmic operations. The language's library support and speed also make it a popular choice in the High-Frequency trading community.

Applications:

  • MySQL

  • Rockstar Games

  • Operating Systems

  • Compiler Design

  • Gaming and Animation


5.Go programming language


Go, also known as Golang, is a Google created programming language. Go provides excellent multi threading support and so a lot of companies that rely heavily on distributed systems use it. Go is commonly used in Silicon Valley Start-ups. Indian firms/start-ups are yet to adopt, however. Golang should be mastered by those who wish to join a Silicon Valley-based start-up specializing in core systems.


Applications:

  • Cloud services

  • Media platforms

  • On-demand services

  • News outlets



"So this concludes the list of top 5 programming languages you can learn in 2020. At the end of the day, it's you who has to decide on which language you want to learn. So weigh your options and choose wisely according to your needs. If you're a beginner or if you all are still confused which one to choose, my advice to you would be to choose python. Until next time, happy coding "


And also don't forget to check the programming language recommender


95 views
 
Modern Digital Watch

"There was no one near to confuse me, so I was forced to become original"

Joseph Haydn

 
 

©2020 by Techiez.