As technology ebbs and flows, the languages that build applications and websites change to reflect growing demand for security, versatility, and device compatibility. Keeping up with the in-demand languages is vital for any technology-savvy individual – especially someone who wants to build a career in tech. Look at the top programming languages of 2016, and compare them to the top programming languages of 2017, according to our partner Coding Dojo. We've also included our insight into what languages will emerge in the near future.
2016 Versus 2017 Best Languages (And Where to Learn Them)
July 13, 2017
TOP PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES OF 2016
TOP PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES OF 2017
EMERGING LANGUAGES FOR 2018
1. Swift: As an alternative to Objective C, Swift is Apple’s newest coding language for the Mac and iPhone.
2. .NET: Visual Basic .NET, developed by Microsoft, continues to release features and is seen in more and more large-scale applications.
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