7 programming languages that will be in demand in 2016

7 programming languages that will be in demand in 2016


Looking to start your career in 2016? Here is the list of top 7 programming languages that will be in demand in 2016

  1. Java
    As we all know it is the most widely used programming language and is used by more than 9 million developers and running on 7 billion devices worldwide. It is also the programming language used to develop the 7,00,000 android apps available on the app store, so no doubt it is one of the most important programming language that you need to learn in 2016.

  2. JavaScript
    Alongside HTML and CSS, it is one of the three essential technologies of World Wide Web content production. It is used to spice up the webpages by making them more interactive. This is used to add effects, create games within webpages. In a nutshell ,JavaScript is the scripting language of the World Wide Web Almost every website incorporates some element of JavaScript to add to the user experience, adding to the demand for JavaScript developers.

  3. SQL
    Everything in the world is becoming data centric, data is being collected and analysed. Hence the knowledge of database is becoming more popular. SQL (Structured Query Language) is  the language which is used to fetch data from the database. Database technologies such as MySQL, PostgreSQL and Microsoft SQL Server power big businesses, small businesses, hospitals, banks and universities.

  4. C#
    Fourth on the list is Microsoft’s C#. Visual C# provides an advanced code editor, convenient user interface designers, integrated debugger, and many other tools to make it easier to develop applications based on the C# language and the .NET Framework.
    It is an evolution of C and C++, the C# language is simple, modern, type safe and object oriented.

  5. Python
    Python is a widely used general-purpose, high-level programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability, and its syntax allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code than would be possible in languages such as C++ or Java. Python is simple and incredibly readable since closely resembles the English language. It’s a great language for beginners, all the way up to seasoned professionals.

  6. Ruby On Rails
    One of the easier languages to learn, Ruby is next on the list. The language is heavily used for web programming.  Like Java or the C language, Ruby is a general purpose programming language. Ruby on Rails has many positive qualities including rapid development, you don’t need as much code, and there are a wide variety of 3rd party libraries available. It’s used from companies ranging from small start-ups to large enterprises.

  7. Swift (iOS)
    Swift is a new programming language for iOS and OS X developers, invented by Apple in 2014. It has parts similar to C++ and Objective-C. The newest member of the league yet will matter the most in future.

Remember : There will never be just a single programming language, and each language will evolve and improve over time to keep pace with innovation.