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  • Category: Suggestions

    Most Lovable Languages

    Javascript - 30 %
    HTML/CSS - 25%
    Python - 20%
    Java - 15%
    C/C++ - 7%
    PHP - 3%
  • #26427
    If you want to be a skilled software developer in the twenty-first century, you should start studying and coding using a programming language, but hold on! Do you know which programming languages coders prefer? What are the most recent coding trends? If you don't, this article can significantly assist you in selecting the ideal one.

    1. Rust
    As per the survey, 65,000 developers rated Rust as the most loved programming language since 2016. Rust is a multi-paradigm programming language with a focus on efficiency and safety. It is syntactically similar to C++ but lacks garbage collection and provides memory safety.

    2. Typescript
    TypeScript is a strict syntactical superset of JavaScript with optional static typing that was created to address JavaScript's inadequacies in creating large-scale applications. The JavaScript scripts are TypeScript programs that may be used to generate JavaScript apps for both client-side and server-side execution using Node.js or Deno.

    3. Python
    Python is a widely used interpreted high-level, general-purpose programming language. Multiple programming paradigms, such as structured, object-oriented, and functional programming, are supported by this language, allowing programmers to construct clear, logical code for small and large-scale projects.

    4. Kotlin
    Kotlin is a contemporary general-purpose programming language with type inference that is open-source, cross-platform, and statically typed. It is a programming language that makes developers happy because of its outstanding features.

    5. GoLang
    Go is a statically typed, open-source programming language created by Google that lets programmers construct simple, reliable, and efficient software quickly and effortlessly. Because of its domain name, golang.org, this language is sometimes referred to as "Golang".


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