The 10 Most In-Demand Programming Languages Of 2016:

       Glassdoor, a fastest recruiting site, recently published a report on the top 25 booming, in-Demand jobs. Usually, tech companies will recruit the people who have good knowledge in programming skills. In this site, more than half of the jobs are in the list of tech. If you're looking for a fast-growing and successful career, you might want to learn some programming languages first!

Here comes the main part- What are the best programming languages and what language you should learn?

To help narrow things down, we gathered some valuable data from Indeed.com(database including current computer programmer jobs). While this an extensive list, it does provide insight into the In-Demand programming languages which holding a good grip in the companies recruitment process.

10. HTML

      HTML is a markup language for describing and developing web pages. HTML stands for "HyperText Markup Language". A markup language consists a set of markup tags. HTML documents like web pages are described by HTML tags. Each HTML tag describes different document content.  HTML is being developed outside of the W3C(World Wide Web Consortium) by a number of browser implementers, excluding Microsoft. The prevalent feeling amongst those that do so is that if the W3C doesn’t adopt their specifications, the W3C will look dull.

9. iOS/Swift

    In 2014, Apple decided to develop their own programming language and the result was shown in a new programming language named Swift for iOS and OS X developers to develop their next killer applications. Developers found that many parts of Swift language are familiar from their experience of developing in C++ and Objective-C. Companies including LinkedIn, American Airlines, and Duolingo have been quick to adopt Swift, and we’ll see this language on the rising list in the coming years.

       Every great craftsman with the belt full of tools, each a perfect choice for certain situations. Equally, there will never be just a single programming language moves to the future, i.e each new and old programming language will evolve and improve over time to keep pace with innovation.

8. Ruby on Rails
    Like Java or the C language, Ruby is a general purpose programming language, yet it is well known for its use in web development and programming, and Rails serves as a framework for the Ruby Language. Ruby on Rails has many positive qualities including rapid development, you don’t need to be an advanced level coder to understand, and there are a wide variety of 3rd party libraries available. It’s used by companies ranging from small start-ups to large enterprises and everything in-between the line. Github, Hulu, Living Social and Twitter are using Ruby on Rails for at least one of their web applications.

7. PHP

    Rasmus Lerdorf, a Danish-Canadian programmer in 1994, created a user-friendly and easily understandable language known as PHP which is never actually intended to be a new programming language. Instead, it was created to be a set of tools to help Rasmus to maintain his Personal Home Page (PHP). Today, PHP (Hypertext Pre-Processor) is a scripting language, which runs on the server and can be used to create web pages written in HTML. PHP tends to be popular languages since its easy-to-use by beginners, but also offers lots of advanced features for more experienced programmers.

6. Python

    Monty Python developed the Python which is a general-purpose programming language. Python is simple and incredibly readable language and it closely resembles the English language. Python is a great language for beginners and it recently bumped Java as the language of choice in programming courses with eight of the top 10 computer science Dept. now using Python to teach coding, as well as 27 of the top 39 colleges. Due to the use of Python in the educational realm, there are a lot of libraries created for Python related to mathematics, physics, and natural processing.  Websites like NASA, Reddit, and, PBS uses Python.

5. C++

    C++ is a general purpose object-oriented programming language updated version of earlier ‘C’ language. This is developed by Bjarne Stroustrup at Bell Labs, C++ was first released in 1983. Bjarne keeps a list of applications which are written in C++. The list also includes Microsoft and Adobe applications, MongoDB databases, large portions of Mac OS/X and is the best language to learn for developing performance-critical applications such as “twitch” game development or audio/video processing.

4. C# 

    Leading from 2000, C#, which is pronounced as C-sharp, is a relatively new and effective programming language designed by Microsoft for a wide range of enterprise apps that run on the .NET Framework. This programming language is an evolution of C and  C++, the C# language is simple, modern, type-safe and object-oriented.

3. JavaScript

    JavaScript – not to be confused with Java – is another world’s most popular and powerful programming languages, and is used to spice up web pages with more features by making them interactive with users. For example, JavaScript can be used to create a basic functionality games like rock, paper, and scissor and display pop-up messages or to add effects to the websites. JavaScript is the scripting language of the World Wide Web and is built right into all effective and more usable web browsers including Internet Explorer, FireFox, and Safari. Almost every website is designed with some element of JavaScript to add to the user experience, adding the demand for JavaScript developers. In recent years, JavaScript has also gained use as the foundation of Node.js which is a server technology that enables real-time communication among others.  

2. Java

    Recently, the technical community celebrated the 20th anniversary of Java. It’s is the most widely known and adopted programming languages, used by nearly 9 million developers and running on some 7 billion devices in the world. Every native app is developed with the help of Java programming language. Java’s popularity with developers is due to the fact that this language is user-readable and simplicity. You can run java application in future which is developed a decade ago. Java programming language is used by company websites like LinkedIn.com, Netflix.com, and Amazon.com.

1. SQL

    It's no surprise SQL stands the 1st first place in the job list since it can be found far and wide in various sectors. Database technologies as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Microsoft SQL Server power big and small businesses, hospitals, banks, universities. Every person who accesses to this technology (computer) will eventually touch something in SQL.  Database jobs are now the high paying and high recruiting jobs and are playing a huge role in companies recruitment process. Every smartphone have access to an SQL database called SQLite and many mobile apps like Skype, Google, and Dropbox will use it directly.


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