Over the years dozens of programming languages have emerged, some have fallen into oblivion while others remain in force to this day.
Whether for web development, desktop or mobile applications many programming languages are very important these days, that's why we bring you a short list of the most popular programming languages today.
C is one of the most popular programming languages used to develop system applications that run on operating systems such as Windows., UNIX y Linux.
It is also one of the oldest coding languages in existence today., but that doesn't mean it's outdated. Gives the programmer maximum control, allowing for easy customization and the ability to edit without working within a set framework.
It has been the founding platform of many programming languages such as C ++, C #, Python. According to the TIOBE index, C jumped out of second place last year (November list of 2019) to the highest position this year. His current rating is 16,21%.
Built in C, C ++ is powerful and popular. It is an intermediate language, object-oriented and can run on various hardware.
Supports many of the OOP concepts as polymorphism, inheritance, data hiding, encapsulation. Helps power important software like Firefox and Adobe and is also used to develop computer games. Did you know that the Unity and Unreal game engines are written and maintained in C ++?
According to the TIOBE index, C ++ is linked to 4 ° range with an increase of 1,99% since November 2019 and a rating of 7,60%.
Considered as one of the languages of “write once, run anywhere”, Java It was expressly designed for use in the distributed environment of the Internet.
Due to its stability and reliability, it is also widely used for enterprise-based web application development. Java is a strongly typed language and runs inside a virtual machine that includes garbage collection.
What's more, is an object-oriented programming language, so it has similarities with C ++, C #. Although it has been recently surpassed by Python according to the TIOBE index, doesn't mean your popularity in the coding community is dying. Actually, ranks third on the list with a rating of 11,68%.
In the TIOBE index, Python is currently the second most popular language in the world, behind C. Since November 2019 until November 2020, the use of this language increased by 2,27% to achieve a rating of 12,12%.
It has become the most widely used programming language for data science practices. Developed by Guido van Rossum and released in 1991, is an interactive and object-oriented programming language similar to PERL or Ruby. It is primarily designed to be easy to read and very simple to implement.
It is open source, which means that it is free to use. Python can run on all operating systems. What's more, has a lot of libraries like TensorFlow, Scipy y Numpy.