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ProgrammingLanguageRankings(I)

(2019-03-13 15:11:12)

A programming language is a formal language used to define a computer program. It is a standardized communication technique used to issue commands to a computer. A computer language allows programmers to accurately define the data that a computer needs to use and precisely define the actions that should be taken in different situations. The earliest programming language was created after the invention of the computer, which was used to control the jacquard loom and automatically play the piano.schedule 80 stainless steel pipe Thousands of different programming languages have been invented in the computer field, and new programming languages are still in place every year. Many programming languages require instructions to describe the program being calculated, while some programming languages are declarative programming, indicating the desired results, rather than how to calculate them.

ProgrammingLanguageRankings(I)

There’s the TIOBE Index, which updates every month; RedMonk, which issues new rankings a few times a year; and the PYPL Index, also a monthly. Every year, massive platforms such as Stack Overflow and GitHub will also break down the languages their users rely on the most. At least on the surface, the utility of such lists is pretty clear. If tech pros know which languages are on the rise, they can better decide which languages to learn - and which to emphasize on their resumes and online profiles. But there’s just one little issue, as a recent column in TechCrunch pointed out: Each of these rankings relies on different methodologies. One might leverage regular surveys of developers, while another might blend a few datasets together - delivering radically different rankings as a result. Evans certainly has a point: Thanks to varying methodologies, all these sites rank languages somewhat differently, although the biggest ones (i.e., Python, tend to inevitably occupy the top slots. However, this isn’t really a danger to tech pros, so long as they treat rankings more as gentle guidance than anything definitive.

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