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Feelings about programming languages

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How do you feel about the programming languages ​​you know?

WP Engine made a survey of 909 developers in the US and examined their loves with programming languages. This survey reveals which languages ​​are easiest to learn and which developers would break with tomorrow if they could.

Men's Vs Women's

This study showed that the majority of developers are male with 69% against 31% of women.

The most enjoyable programming languages

According to developers, HTML is the most enjoyable followed by C ++

  1. HTML: 282
  2. C ++: 234
  3. Java: 214
  4. Javascript: 210
  5. Python: 145
  6. C: 113
  7. PHP: 102
  8. C #: 94
  9. Shell: 41
  10. Perl: 38

The most versatile programming languages

Versatility can be a major concern for technology professionals when they learn and implement programming languages. 8.6% of respondents believe that C ++ is the most versatile programming language. As a standardized, general purpose programming language with fairly generic functionality, C ++ has increased the functionality of application infrastructure and even 3D games. Websites like Amazon and PayPal are written in part using C ++, highlighting the robust nature and, of course, the versatility of this particular coding language.

  1. C ++: 8.6%
  2. Java: 6.3%
  3. C: 5.7%
  4. Javascript: 5.0%
  5. C #: 4.5%
  6. Python: 4.5%
  7. Perl: 4.2%
  8. HTML: 4.0%
  9. PHP: 3.6%
  10. R: 3.4%

The most creative programming language

Creativity can go a long way in the world of computer programming. From application design and page layouts to software infrastructure and video games, creative programming languages ​​can help coders create content that stands out from the crowd and draws attention to A busy market.

5.4% of participants said it was Javascript. This open-source code uses a combination of C, C ++ and Java functions designed to allow programmers to choose the language that suits them best. It even allows users to manipulate the code either in standard text mode or in visual mode.

  1. Javascript: 5.4%
  2. Ruby: 4.6%
  3. Assembly: 4.5%
  4. C ++: 4.2%
  5. Go: 4.2%
  6. Java: 4.2%
  7. Objective C: 4.2%
  8. Lua: 4.1%
  9. Swift: 4.1%
  10. C #: 3.7%

The easiest language to learn

13.3% of programmers said that HTML is the easiest language to learn. This is the backbone of most modern web pages and it is easy to see the source of other web pages, ie take a look under the hood and better understand the code in Examining the work of others.

Python, which occupies the second place with 9%, is known for its great readability and simple syntax, easy to learn. For new encoders in particular, the consistency and simplicity of Python contribute to ease of use and accessibility. Originally developed in 1989, Python has been used for almost 25 years since its first release in 1994.

  1. HTML: 13.3%
  2. Python: 9%
  3. Javascript: 6.2%
  4. PHP: 4.9%
  5. Java: 4.6%
  6. R: 4.4%
  7. Shell: 4.4%
  8. Ruby: 4.1%
  9. Erlang: 3.8%
  10. Go: 3.6%

The most complicated programming language

Assembly - considered by many programmers as the most complicated programming language - is often considered difficult to learn, read, understand, distribute, maintain and write. But even if it is considered the most complicated, Assembly offers ways to make existing software faster on the same hardware, instead of upgrading the hardware to make the software faster.

  1. Assembly: 7.4%
  2. C #: 4.4%
  3. Tex: 4.3%
  4. Objective C: 3.9%
  5. Javascript: 3.8%
  6. C ++: 3.6%
  7. R: 3.6%
  8. C: 3.6%
  9. Erlang: 3.6%
  10. Haskell: 3.6%

The rest of the survey results are available on WPengine