which programming language to learn

The technology world is expanding immensely with each passing year and months, their are new trendier smartphones and tablets every other day and the competition too has grown immensely. That’s the reason programmers and web developers are in tremendous demand nowadays because they have a good knowledge of programming languages.
If you’re looking to learn how to code, the number of programming languages may be overwhelming – what language should you learn? .This article hopes to help you decide on the programming language you can learn by providing knowledge on each programming language, comparing their salaries,job opportunity and popularity,
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Few of the popular programming language has been listed below…
JAVA
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Java is used to build Android apps, desktop apps, and games. Java is also commonly used as a server-side language for enterprise-level backend development.

PHP
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PHP is a server-side scripting language and is usually considered beginner-friendly because it’s easier to conceptualize what the PHP code will do, so it’s not difficult to pick up. Most websites have been built with PHP because the language is heavily specialized for the web.
Facebook, Wikipedia, Yahoo!, Tumblr, WordPress, and more have been built with PHP.

JavaScript
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JavaScript is extremely functional as this language can immensely assist you in generating communication for your website. You can utilize various in style frameworks in JavaScript for constructing superb user interface. When you’re into web development, it’s very important to known about JavaScript for making
interactive web pages.

Python
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Python is another highly recommended language for beginners, and is the most popular language.Python is used to build desktop apps, web apps and data analysis.Python is utilized by bigger companies mostly that can evaluate vast data sets.
Google, Dropbox, Pinterest, Instagram, Reddit, BitTorrent, Civilization IV, and more have been built with Python.

Objective-C / Swift (for iOS development)
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The most preferred choice for all the web developers is Objective-C. When you have learnt Objective-C, you can begin applying XCode that is known to be the authorized software development tool from Apple. Thus you can quickly produce iOS app that can be noticeable in App Store.Apple’s Swift is a static language designed to be compatible with Objective-C, but its static-typing makes it more resilient to errors.Inspired by Python, Swift aims to be easy for coding newbies to pick up.

Ruby
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Another popular programming language is Ruby and Ruby on Rails. This can be learnt easily, and also very strong and clear-cut. If you’ve small time in hand and still want to craft any project, then you can surely utilize Ruby language. This programming language is applied massively for web programming, and hence turned out to be the ideal selection for the beginner companies.
Ruby is mostly used for backend development, and popular sites such as Airbnb, Shopify, Bloomberg, Hulu, Slideshare, and more have been built with Ruby on Rails.

SQL
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SQL (“Sequel”), or Structured Query Language, is a query language used to communicate with databases. Although SQL cannot be used to build apps, it is used to manage the data in apps that use relational database manage systems (RDMS).

POPULARITY
RedMonk’s language ranking for 2015 determines popularity by analyzing activity on both GitHub and StackOverflow. Their results:
1.JavaScript
2.Java
3.PHP
4.Python
5.C#
6.C++
7.Ruby
8.CSS
9.C
10.Objective-C
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JOB OPPORTUNITY

SALARY
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CONCLUSION
If you want to learn a language that is easy and popular then go for python.If your interested in web development then you can go for javascript and also you’ll have more job opportunity and salary paid is good.If you want to build mobile app then choose java for android apps, objective-c for Iphone apps.

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