Top 10 Programming Languages-2015 list

28 Aug 2015    03:33 pm

Top 10 Programming Languages-2015 list

Programmers are in high demand these days--their fluency in coding language is Critical. Knowing various programming languages is a easily for engineers, but a basic understanding of the languages can benefit anyone, even if you're not looking to become a master in Coding

Getting some general understanding of coding can help you make the right hires for your business needs, communicate better with the engineers on your team, and prevent any difficult misunderstandings.

Here are the List of Top 10 Programming Languages 2015:

*The list is show below in Image Format.

Let us know something about each one of them:

1. JAVA:

Java is an Object-Oriented Language, and has very few implementation dependencies. Its "Write once, run anywhere".

Java is used almost everywhere, your phones, washing machines ,Tv's, Banks, ATMs, Vending machines , Gaming Consoles, Games, you name it and it has it! 

Some of the Java Technologies and its usage:

JSP : To make dynamic websites. 

Java Applets : Programs that run on web browsers. 

Java Swing/JavaFx : To make desktop applications. 

J2EE : To make Enterprise level applications. 

J2ME : To make applications for Mobile phones. 

Android Development : To make applications for Smart phones, Tablets, Watches and TVs 

2. C Language:

C language is a general-purpose programming language developed by Dennis Ritchie in the 1970's and is the most widely used programming language till date. Most of the languages developed later on in many ways have intreated from C languages , to name a few, C++, Java, JavaScript, Limbo, LPC, C#, Objective-C, Perl, PHP, Python and C Shell Scripting. 

3. C++:

Pronounced as C plus plus, general purpose programming language based on OOPs concepts, it is a super set of C programming languages. Its the most powerful programming language and most part of the operating systems that we use are written using this language ( to name a few Windows, Mac OS X and Linux make use of C++ libraries). It is the first choice for writing low level programming. 

4. Python:

Python is a general-purpose, high-level programming language. The code of this language is very easy to read and one only requires few lines of codes to do a particular thing compared to other languages. 

5. C#:

Pronounced as C-Sharp is the programming language if you work with Microsoft technologies like .Net, ASP.Net. It is an object-oriented programming language. If you know C or C++ then learning C# becomes much easy. There is a high demand for developers working on Windows platform.If you plan to make applications of Windows Operating systems you need to know this languages. Windows Mobile apps make use of C# too. 

6. R:

R, a statistical computing language, however, has moved up quite a bit, thanks to the growing importance of big data.

7. PHP:

Its stands for Hypertext Preprocessor, is the most widely used server side scripting language for making dynamic websites. 

Why learn Php?


  • HP has been installed on over 250 million websites and over 2.1 million webservers.
  • Nearly 80% of websites with server side scripting are built using PHP.
  • Its Free (Open sourced)
  • Very Easy to learn
  • Better Support (documentation and forums).
  • Cross-Platform compatibility.
  • Powerful, Scalable and Quick.
  • Easy to deploy.
  • Lots of Frameworks : Zend, Silex, Symfony, Aiki and many more...
  • Lots of Hosting options and at reasonable price.

8. Javascript:

JavaScript (which, confusingly, is not at all related to Java) is another favorite programming language because it's so universal on the web--it's basically everywhere. JavaScript allows developers to add interactive elements to their website, and its presence is felt across the internet. At WordStream, we use a JavaScript library called JQuery to make our JavaScript work even easier.

9. Ruby:

Ruby (also known as Ruby on Rails) is a major supplier of web apps. Ruby is popular due to its ease of learning (it's very straightforward) and power. Ruby knowledge is in high demand these days!

10. Matlab:

MATLAB is the high-level language and interactive environment used by millions of engineers and scientists worldwide. It lets you explore and visualize ideas and collaborate across disciplines including signal and image processing, communications, control systems, and computational finance.


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