10 Best Programming Languages to Learn in 2019 (for Job & Future)

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The most important skill to learn in today’s world is to know how to write a computer program. Today, computers have entered in almost every industry. Be it the autopilot in an aircraft or digital speedometer in your bike, computers in various forms surround us. Computers are extremely useful for an organization to scale up well. Gone are the days of pen and paper. Today, in order to store and access your information, you absolutely need computers.

The programming and developer community are emerging at a rate faster than ever before. Various new programming languages are coming up that are suited for different categories of developers (beginners, intermediate, and experts) as well as for different use cases (web application, mobile applications, game development, distributed system, etc).

Let us take a look at best Programming Languages to learn in 2019 for a job and for future prospects:



Python undoubtedly tops the list. It is widely accepted as the best programming language to learn first. Python is fast, easy-to-use, and easy-to-deploy programming language that is being widely used to develop scalable web applications. YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, SurveyMonkey are all built-in Python. Python provides excellent library support and has a large developer community. The programming language provides a great starting point for beginners. Talking about those who are looking for a better job, you should definitely learn Python ASAP! A lot of startups are using Python as their primary backend stack and so, this opens up a huge opportunity for full-stack Python developers. Here is a sample Python “Hello World!” program:

  print “Hello World!"

Yes, Python is that simple! Anyone who wishes to join a startup should master Python programming.

Difficulty level: Easy to learn. Best language for beginners. 5 out of 5.

Job opportunity: Huge! 5 out of 5.


  • Creating and using classes and objects is easy thanks to OOP characteristics
  • Extensive library support
  • Focuses on code readability
  • Has the ability to scale even the most complex applications
  • Ideal for building prototypes and testing out ideas faster
  • Open-source with an ever-growing community support
  • Provides support for a multitude of platforms and systems
  • Very easy to learn and use


  • Not suitable for mobile computing
  • Slower by virtue of being an interpreted programming language
  • The database access layer is somewhat immature
  • Threading isn’t good because of GIL (Global Interpreter Lock)



Java is another popular choice in large organizations and it has remained so for decades. Java is widely used for building enterprise-scale web applications. Java is known to be extremely stable and so, many large enterprises have adopted it. If you are looking for a development based job at a large organization, Java is the language that you should learn.

Java is also widely used in Android App Development. Almost any business today needs an Android Application owing to the fact that there are billions of Android users today. This opens up a huge opportunity for Java developers given the fact that Google has created an excellent Java-based Android development framework – Android Studio.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate to learn. 4 out of 5.

Job opportunity: Huge! 4.5 out of 5. [Best Java tutorials and courses]


  • Abundance of open-source libraries
  • Automatic memory allocation and garbage collection
  • Follows the OOP paradigm
  • Has the stack allocation system
  • High degree of platform independence thanks to the JVM feature
  • Highly secure due to the exclusion of explicit pointer and inclusion of a security manager responsible for defining the access of classes
  • Ideal for distributed computing
  • Offers a galore of APIs for accomplishing different tasks, such as database connection, networking, utilities, and XML parsing
  • Supports multithreading


  • Absence of templates limits creating high-quality data structures
  • Expensive memory management
  • Slower than natively compiled programming languages, like C and C++



C/C++ is like the bread and butter of programming. Almost all low-level systems such as operating systems, file systems, etc are written in C/C++. If you wish to be a system-level programmer, C/C++ is the language you should learn.

C++ is also widely used by competitive programmers owing to the fact that it is extremely fast and stable. C++ also provides something called as STL – Standard Template Library. STL is a pool of ready-to-use libraries for various data structures, arithmetic operations, and algorithms. The library support and speed of the language make it a popular choice in the High-frequency trading community as well.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate to learn. 3 out of 5.

Job opportunity: Moderate! 3.5 out of 5.


  • A galore of compilers and libraries to work with [C++]
  • Eases accessing blocked or hidden objects by other programming languages [C]
  • Faster execution of programs than most programming languages [C/C++]
  • Forms the basis for understanding more complex programming languages [C/C++]
  • Language of choice for multi-device, multi-platform app development [C++]
  • Offers a great degree of portability [C]
  • Procedure-oriented language with a group of function modules and blocks. These make debugging, testing, and maintaining the programs easier [C]
  • Programs are more efficient and easy to understand [C/C++]
  • Rich function library [C++]
  • Runs close to the system hardware and hence, offers a low level of abstraction [C/C++]
  • Support exception handling and function overloading [C++]
  • Wide variety of application domains, such as games, GUI applications, and real-time mathematical simulations [C++]


  • Complex syntax [C/C++]
  • Doesn’t support program namespace [C]
  • Incapable of solving modern, real-world programming challenges [C]
  • Less efficient object-oriented system compared to other OOP-based programming languages [C++]
  • Need to manually create the high-level constructs [C]
  • No garbage collection or dynamic memory allocation [C/C++]
  • No run-time checking [C/C++]
  • No strict type checking [C]
  • Not an easy first-choice for learning programming [C/C++]
  • Plagued by the issues of buffer overflow and memory corruption [C/C++]
  • Smaller standard library [C]


JavaScript is the “frontend” programming language. JavaScript is widely used to design interactive frontend applications. For instance, when you click on a button which opens up a popup, the logic is implemented via JavaScript.

These days, many organizations, particularly startups, are using NodeJS which is a JavaScript-based run-time environment. Node.js lets developers use JavaScript for server-side scripting—running scripts server-side to produce dynamic web page content before the page is sent to the user’s web browser. Hence now with JS, you can use a single programming language for server-side and client-side scripts. If you are looking for that cool tech job at your favorite startup, you should seriously consider learning JavaScript.

Difficulty level: Easy to learn. 4.5 out of 5.

Job opportunity: Huge! 5 out of 5. [Best JavaScript tutorials and courses]


  • Client-side JavaScript is very fast. It runs immediately within the web browser as there is no compilation requirement
  • Gives a richer interface to a website
  • Highly versatile
  • It is the programming language of the web
  • Reduced website server demand by virtue of being client-side
  • Regular updates via the ECMA specification
  • Several add-ons, such as Greasemonkey, for extending the functionality
  • Simplistic implementation
  • Plenty of resources and a mammoth community support
  • Used for building a diverse range of applications
  • Works exceptionally well with other programming languages


  • Absence of copy or equivalent method
  • Allows only single inheritance
  • As the code executes on the user machine, many people choose to disable JavaScript due to the fear of being exploited for a malicious intent
  • Might be interpreted differently by different browsers

Go programming language

Go programming language

Go, also known as Golang, is a programming language built by Google. Go provides excellent support for multithreading and so, it is being used by a lot of companies that rely heavily on distributed systems. Go is widely used in startups in Silicon Valley. However, it is yet to be adopted by Indian companies/startups. Those who wish to join a Valley-based startup specializing in core systems should master Golang.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate to learn. 3 out of 5.

Job opportunity: Moderate! 2.5 out of 5. [Best Golang tutorials]


  • Backed by Google
  • Being a statically-typed language makes it more secure
  • Cleaner syntax makes it easier to learn
  • Comprehensive standard library offering a range of inbuilt functions for working with primitive types
  • Ideal for building SPAs (single-page applications)
  • Smart documentation
  • Very fast as it is compiled to machine code


  • Absence of a virtual machine makes complex programs less efficient
  • Implicit interfaces
  • Lacks versatility
  • No GUI library
  • Underprivileged library support


R Programming Language

R programming language is one of the most commonly used programming languages for Data Analysis and Machine Learning. R provides an excellent framework and built-in libraries to develop powerful Machine Learning algorithms. R is also used for general statistical computing as well as graphics. R has been well adopted by enterprises. Those who wish to join “Analytics” team of a large organization should definitely learn R.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate to learn. 3 out of 5.

Job opportunity: Huge! 4 out of 5. [Best R tutorials]


  • Ability to run seamlessly on various operations systems
  • Active, mushrooming community
  • Being open-source and free grants the ability to make tweaks as per the requirements
  • Comprehensive statistical analysis language
  • Highly extensible
  • Powerful package ecosystem


  • Lacks security features
  • No strict programming guidelines
  • Poor memory management
  • Quality of some packages is subpar


Swift is the programming language that is used to develop iOS applications. iOS-based devices are becoming increasingly popular. Apple iPhone, for instance, has captured a significant market share and is giving a tough competition to Android. Therefore, those who want to serve this community can learn Swift programming.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate to learn. 3.5 out of 5.

Job opportunity: Huge! 4 out of 5. [Best Swift tutorials]


  • Automatic memory management prevents memory leaks
  • Backed by Apple
  • Better scalability allows easily adding functionalities to the product and/or bringing in additional developers
  • Easy to add new features
  • Encourages developers to write clean and readable code
  • English-like syntax makes it highly readable
  • Interoperable with Objective-C
  • It is possible to integrate Server-side Swift with any technology
  • Makes code sharing better and development process faster when used for both frontend and backend development
  • Very fast as compared to other popular programming languages, such as Objective-C and Python


  • Limited community support and resources
  • Somewhat unstable due to being a relatively new arrival on the programming scene
  • No support for legacy projects; can be used only for iOS7 or later apps



PHP is among the most popular backend programming language. Though PHP is facing a tough competition from Python and JavaScript, the market still needs a large number of PHP developers. Those who wish to join a reasonably well old organization as a backend developer should aim to learn PHP programming.

Difficulty level: Easy to learn. 4.5 out of 5.

Job opportunity: Huge! 4.5 out of 5. [Best PHP tutorials and courses]


  • Abundance of powerful frameworks
  • Easy to get started for making web pages
  • First-class debugging with Xdebug
  • Gigantic community support and a huge ecosystem
  • Lots of automation tools for testing and deploying applications
  • No scarcity of good automation tools for deployment and testing
  • Supports object-oriented and functional programming paradigms


  • Developing websites completely in PHP is slower as compared to using other options
  • Lacks in terms of security
  • Poor error handling
  • Requires extensions to a greater extent



C# is a general-purpose programming language developed by Microsoft. C# is widely used for backend programming, building games (using Unity), building Window mobile phone apps and lots of other use cases.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate to learn. 3.5 out of 5.

Job opportunity: 2.5 out of 5. [Best C# tutorials and courses]


  • As pointer types aren’t permitted, much safer than C and C++
  • Ability to work with shared codebases
  • Automatic scalable and updateable
  • Component-oriented, object-oriented programming language
  • Follows a syntax similar to the C programming language
  • Fully integrated with the .NET library
  • Ideal for all types of Windows development
  • Rich sets of library functions and data types
  • Supports type safety
  • Quick compilation and execution times


  • Allows pointers in ‘unsafe’ blocks
  • Almost all variables are references and memory deallocation is implicit using a garbage collector
  • Offers less flexibility than C++
  • Requires decent effort and time to learn
  • Resolving errors requires serious expertise and knowledge



MATLAB is a statistical analysis tool that is used in various industries for Data Analysis. MATLAB is used widely in the Computer Vision and Image processing industry as well.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate to learn. 3 out of 5.

Job opportunity: Huge! 4 out of 5. [Best MATLAB tutorials and courses]


  • Eases developing scientific simulation thanks to a rich inbuilt library
  • Functionality can be extended greatly by adding toolboxes
  • High coding efficiency and productivity as it doesn’t require a compiler for execution
  • Ideal for developing scientific research applications
  • Matlab Coder allows converting code for using in other programming languages, such as C++, Java, and Python
  • Platform-independent


  • Not free to use, requires purchasing a license
  • Not much application beyond the scope of numerical computing
  • Dealing with errors generated during cross-compilation requires extensive knowledge and experience
  • Slower due to being an interpreted programming language


  • Python and JavaScript are hot in the startup world. Many startups use Django (Python), Flask (Python), and NodeJS (JavaScript) as their backend frameworks. Python and JavaScript are easy-to-learn and therefore considered the best programming languages to learn for beginners. Moreover, both of them also provide a huge market opportunity. Therefore, those who are looking for a job change may also consider learning them.
  • Java and PHP are hot in the corporate world. Many organizations use Spring (Java) and Codeigniter (PHP) as their web backend framework.
  • R and MATLAB are hot in the Analytics world. If you wish to develop a career in data analytics, these are the languages to learn.
  • C/C++ and Golang are the top choices in building low-latency and scalable systems.

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    Android developer December 1, 2018 @ 9:32 am

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful article..This is very important for all who are looking forward for learning new languages

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    Pankaj Verma January 2, 2019 @ 7:03 pm

    What is your opinion about VB.Net programming language

    • Hackr Team

      Hackr Team January 12, 2019 @ 8:54 am

      VB.Net has its strong developer ecosystem. Though most of the new programmers are getting started with Python, JS, etc but VB.Net remains steady.

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        Sir Aries February 17, 2019 @ 9:20 am

        correct hackr team very well said

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    Mike January 2, 2019 @ 9:18 pm

    I would also consider learning Dart because it is a trending mobile application development and also it is compatible with IOS and Android.

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    Similar Kumar .v January 9, 2019 @ 11:04 pm

    I want learn simple coding language for curiosity which is best suited for beginners

    • Hackr Team

      Hackr Team January 12, 2019 @ 8:29 am

      You can start with Python. It’s very beginner friendly.

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        Sarmon Bin Hashem January 14, 2019 @ 1:09 pm

        Can you help me for learn python?

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          Katie Holmes March 28, 2019 @ 11:13 am

          Python is very easy to learn. You can simply start with some tutorials about the basics and then try coding using some online compiler like onlinegdb.com.

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        kurt March 26, 2019 @ 5:39 pm

        Easiest languages with smallest number of rules and syntax is probably SMALTALK or Scheme – both are classic programming languages. Easy to grab concepts and learn programming!

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    Buggana Lakshmi Mahendra Reddy January 10, 2019 @ 12:42 pm

    Thanking you sir for sharing wonderful information

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    Skyler January 13, 2019 @ 3:25 pm

    How about QBASIC ### the easiest

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      James Donne March 28, 2019 @ 11:15 am

      Yes, it’s true that QBasic is super easy to learn. However, it is a dated programming tool lacking functionality and power. As such, it is no longer used in the industry

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    David Scott January 17, 2019 @ 10:44 am

    Thanks for the nice article.
    It’s interesting to see MATLAB in the list. At least that’s another one I know.
    In Python, since this is 2019 and version 3 is becoming more dominant, the statement
    print “Hello World!” works in Python 2. but not 3. which should be with parentheses:
    print (“Hello World!” )

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    Kris January 17, 2019 @ 4:52 pm

    So, I should learn c# in 2019 because:
    “C# is widely used for building the backend of Windows Phone applications.”

    I don’t think so! C# is a great language to learn in 2019, but not for the reason stated in this article.

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    charles January 18, 2019 @ 1:10 am

    The Python Hello world program is outdated. That was the older Python2. In Python3 the print statement is a function. print(“Hello World”)

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    Alex Ungur January 21, 2019 @ 2:35 pm

    “Golang, popularly known as Go, is the new programming language built by Google.”. The name of the language is Go, not Golang. Golang is only meant to be used for searching/tagging purposes (making articles easier to find for example) but it is NOT the name of the language. Not anymore than Python is Pythonlang or C Clang…

    Secondly, Go 1st appeared in 2009, whereas Swift in 2014… how come Go is “the new language” ?

    • Hackr Team

      Hackr Team January 28, 2019 @ 12:50 pm

      Ohh yeah, fixed. Thanks.

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    Arushit Mudgal January 24, 2019 @ 12:49 pm

    NodeJS is not a web framework. 🙂

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      michael ion February 22, 2019 @ 11:05 pm

      right, it is a server environment. Express is a framework.

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    nitin January 27, 2019 @ 10:05 pm

    which programming language will be in boom and highly paid job oriented

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      Damian Stalker March 28, 2019 @ 11:16 am

      Go, JavaScript, Node.js, Perl, JavaScript, Java, TypeScript, Python, Ruby, Swift, C# are some of the highest paying programming languages right now

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    Julian McFarlane January 31, 2019 @ 7:35 pm

    Er c# is mainly used for the backend of windows phone applications. Are you serious?

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    Pol February 8, 2019 @ 4:46 pm

    Why is not ruby on that list? EEUU is plenty of RoR developers. And a lot of startups are growing with RoR as core stack.

    Sounds sad a world without ruby.

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    Shafiullah February 16, 2019 @ 7:00 pm

    I m student of computer science i m soo confused
    I need help in my future to which field or program language to learn

    • Vijay Khatri

      Vijay Khatri March 1, 2019 @ 12:24 pm

      Python is Best and Booming technology, which can be used IN AI, Blockchain, ML and others too.

      So you can go with Python.

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    michael ion February 22, 2019 @ 11:17 pm

    Ruby is very much in high demand, especially for startups. Any OOP language is in high demand.
    C# is high demand also, major big companies like Accenture, Infosys, Netflix, Capital One and on and one they are hiring C# developers all the time. Learn C# .NET .NET Core.

    Java is high demand yes for big corporate, but so are the other OOP languages. You fail to mention that Java is also a dinosaur language that is boring and those big corp are narrow minded.

    Also you fail to mention the back-end story to the language wars.
    Java and Oracle
    C# and Microsoft

    these two go head to head against one another, so you want to work for a company like Microsoft? learn C# because that’s who owns it.

    By the way, Microsoft bought out github last year.

    Java is owned by Oracle

    My advice for any starter is it does not matter which language you pick, unless you want to work for NASA and build rockets (then learn LISP or SCHEME). Unless so, just pick any language you will have jobs.

    Only language you will have to learn without a doubt is Javascript. Even better, you can learn MEAN or MERN stack (MEAN= mongodb, express, angular, node) These are full stack written in pure javascript, now you don’t have to cross language while you develop. If you want to be a step ahead of the game, learn Javascript and the full stack MEAN or MERN(mongodb, express,react,node).

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    Jeff Roberson March 18, 2019 @ 9:40 am

    Which programming language is best for getting job 2019?

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      Kyle Garner March 28, 2019 @ 11:18 am

      JavaScript, Java, Perl, Python, and C# are the best options to get a job in 2019. However, it doesn’t matter that much what language you chose, the most important thing is to develop an immaculate understanding of the language you choose. Job opportunities are aplenty

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    Adrian Daniels March 18, 2019 @ 9:40 am

    Which computer language is most in demand?

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      Ashton Cross March 28, 2019 @ 11:42 am

      Java, JavaScript, TypeScript, Python, C#, Perl, and Ruby are the prominent programming languages that are high on demand these days.

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    Alexander Vaughn March 18, 2019 @ 9:41 am

    What is the easiest code to learn?

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      Matt Trinity March 28, 2019 @ 11:43 am

      Python code is perhaps the easiest to learn. This is due to it having a pseudo English-like syntax.

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    Deborah Cole March 18, 2019 @ 9:41 am

    Is Java a good beginner language?

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      Sylvester Atkinson March 28, 2019 @ 11:43 am

      Yes! No matter whether you’re a seasoned programming expert or a greenhorn in the field, Java is easy to begin with

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      Kenneth Young June 5, 2019 @ 12:23 am


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    Pauline Quinn March 18, 2019 @ 9:42 am

    Is Python better than Java?

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      Millie James March 28, 2019 @ 11:44 am

      Python is much easier to learn than Java. However, both languages have their own advantages and issues over one another. Such as, Java is statically typed while Python is dynamically typed. It makes Python easier to read and write but difficult to analyze.

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    Emma Wise March 18, 2019 @ 9:42 am

    Can we learn Java without C, C++ without knowing?

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      Tom Mason March 28, 2019 @ 11:45 am

      Yes, it is possible to learn Java without having an understanding of C and C++. But because Java has many aspects that are similar to the two legendary programming languages, it is surely a boost to have a prior C/C++ knowledge before kicking off with Java

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    Dave Craig March 18, 2019 @ 9:43 am

    Should I learn C before C++?

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      Lisa Ray March 28, 2019 @ 11:46 am

      Not a compulsion but it will definitely make understanding and advancing with C++ much easier.

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    Sergio Hill March 18, 2019 @ 9:44 am

    How can I be an efficient programmer?

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      Nash Fishburne March 28, 2019 @ 11:46 am

      There are two most important aspects of efficient programming, continuous learning, and practice. These are the two most important tools for anyone aiming to be a great programmer.

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    Pablo Ramsey March 18, 2019 @ 9:44 am

    How long does it take to master programming?

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      Cristian Florin March 21, 2019 @ 2:37 pm

      Since this is a funny question I felt the need to answer.
      Mastering programming takes at least 21 years. I am programming in all type of languages (except Java – i dislike Java for no reason) for 20 years now. so maybe next year I am a master programmer, but we will see …

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        Prafull August 24, 2019 @ 10:52 am

        21 Years , it is been said that 7 years person become expert at global level , , Cristian you are 3x global export

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    Gerardo Obrien March 18, 2019 @ 9:45 am

    How long does it take to learn Python programming?

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      Yuri Chong March 28, 2019 @ 11:48 am

      A programming language is just like a language, it can take several months to learn and many years to master. Python being a beginner-friendly language can be learned in about a month. However, mastering it and learning the complexities requires much more time than that.

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    Viola Elliott March 18, 2019 @ 9:46 am

    Is R or Python better for machine learning?

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      kurt March 26, 2019 @ 5:44 pm

      It depends what You would do and what You know. If You are more data scientist with strpng math/statistical background than R would be easier and better for You.
      If You are more tachnical like dev or engineer in Big Data then Python would be better.
      However it is worth also to think about other eg. Julia and Elixir and check comparison of these languages on google. Depends on what You want to do

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    Erick Tate March 18, 2019 @ 9:48 am

    Is Python faster than Matlab?

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      Jimmy Dickens March 28, 2019 @ 11:49 am

      Although the speed of a programming language depends on implementations and a galore of other factors, Python is probably faster than Matlab. As numerical data is treated as complex doubles in Matlab, it slows down the overall speed

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    Clay Nichols March 18, 2019 @ 10:40 am

    Do programmers get paid well?

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      David Stan March 28, 2019 @ 11:50 am

      Programming is one of the highest-paying jobs provided you are adept in working in an array of programming languages and related tools.

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    Fannie Guerrero March 18, 2019 @ 10:41 am

    Do you need a degree to be a programmer?

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      Kim Kyle March 28, 2019 @ 11:50 am

      Being a programmer doesn’t necessitate for a degree. However, having some kind of degree in programming is surely an added benefit.

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    John Robertson March 18, 2019 @ 10:42 am

    How long does it take to become a certified medical coder?

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      Mahmood Hassan March 28, 2019 @ 11:51 am

      Several online certificate programs for medical billing and coding are available can be completed in less than a year. However, an associate degree requires 2 years and a bachelor’s degree requires 4 years

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    Leticia Morrison March 18, 2019 @ 10:43 am

    Is swift programming language easy to learn?

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      Jamie Drake March 28, 2019 @ 11:52 am

      Swift is a new programming language developed by Apple for developing iOS and macOS apps. In addition to being easy to learn, it flaunts safe programming patterns and modern features.

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    Wayne Steele March 18, 2019 @ 11:05 am

    What programming language is used for machine learning?

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      Paul Peers March 28, 2019 @ 11:52 am

      Although there are a number of languages used for machine learning, R, Python, Java, and Prolog are some of the best options.

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    Juanita Sutton March 18, 2019 @ 11:08 am

    What is best programming language for Artificial Intelligence projects?

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      Mohit Shetty March 28, 2019 @ 11:53 am

      R, Python, and Lisp are leading programming languages for AI projects.

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    Bradley Potter March 18, 2019 @ 11:09 am

    Is AI an existential threat to humanity?

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      Jay Ulman March 28, 2019 @ 11:54 am

      AI being a threat to humanity is debatable. However, one thing I know for sure is that the biggest enemy of humanity as well as its savior is humanity itself.

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    Jesse Tyler March 18, 2019 @ 1:17 pm

    What programming language is the most popular for web development?

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      Castor King March 28, 2019 @ 11:55 am

      JS, without a doubt!

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    narmi March 29, 2019 @ 11:15 am

    thank you sir fro sharing usefull informations…..

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    techsteeds April 3, 2019 @ 5:57 pm

    I want to big thanks for sharing wonderful list Nice work

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    zig April 5, 2019 @ 12:18 pm

    thanks for the summing that python is what should be learnt 1st and good fortune to you.

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    Chris April 9, 2019 @ 7:31 am

    Gosh, I disagree with so much here. Did a non programmer write this?

    Java is not easier to learn than go, rust doesnt have better job opportunities than c#, I mean so much is wrong here.

    I hope people don’t really look at this an plan their career around it. Wowzers.

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      Dhiraj April 12, 2019 @ 12:35 pm

      very well said, I thought Rust would be one of the emerging language mentioned the blog, but no a single word about it has been mentioned.

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    Adhi April 22, 2019 @ 7:25 pm

    Is there any free app ,or web linls, to learn c ,c++ ,java, python freely if available Kindly please reply me

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    Shubham April 26, 2019 @ 5:47 pm

    Hello Ahsen,
    I think Java is the best programming language to learn in 2019. I just want to know that is c# is good to learn in 2019 or not?
    Regards, Shubham

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    Amin June 2, 2019 @ 11:38 pm

    Julia is going to replace Python and MATLAB soon. A high level language which is much faster than both. It has a close speed to C code because it is compiled. It also allows parallelism and multi threading (SIMD). You can also compile it statically and further improve speed.

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    Tanu June 9, 2019 @ 12:50 pm

    Can you please the sequence of learning the languages as i m interested in learning C, C++,, java, JavaScript and python.
    I am bsc chemistry student and i want to learn these languages.
    From where i can learn this. I mean books?
    And what are the benefits of. Learning them

    Reply soon

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    elysiumacademy July 8, 2019 @ 5:32 pm

    Thanks for sharing this valuable article. I think R Tool Programming is the most familiar analytic tool across the country.

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    mahdi July 20, 2019 @ 10:46 pm

    but c++ is very hard

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    Flying Banana July 23, 2019 @ 6:03 pm

    If everything is so easy to learn, why don’t we have a flood of people who can actually pass a test of the provided language? There are two components of a language. First is the semantics (how the language expresses basic things like declarations, calls, loops, etc) and second the framework, which is the ecosystem of libraries around the language. The first you learn in a week, the second in years. Most of the people say C++ is hard because they have a hard time learning the semantics, they barely touch the poor framework (STL or stdio for example) or third party libraries like QT.

    R and Matlab are hard, very hard. It is easy to “churn the numbers” and get some meaningless results, enforced by nano-scale p-values. Making sense of data is the hard part. How do you know when to apply Bonferonni or FDR correction for multiple determinations?

    Python is a hyped language. Slow, inconsistent and hard to organize in the large environments. Most of the heavy lifting has to be done in C++ using ctype interface.
    And maybe Python version 4 will have a print{“hello world”} instead. Being adopted by a company is an evidence that CTO is a newbie or a wannabe technologist.

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    RozaStymn July 27, 2019 @ 11:21 am

    Great post!

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    Vishal August 2, 2019 @ 2:54 pm

    Hi, I have close to 12 years of experience in IT ( Networking Devices – L3 ). Last 3 years in management – want to return to Programming / which domain langauage will be good to learn and come back. Thanks in advance.

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    soos August 10, 2019 @ 12:48 am

    opinionated article written by an idiot.

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    Pratheesh August 11, 2019 @ 7:57 pm

    Which language is most preferably for building a social media website 2019. Need secure, smooth performance, speed and reliable

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    Pratheesh August 11, 2019 @ 8:18 pm

    Which language is most preferably to build a new social media website in 2019. Need more secure, control, smooth performance, speed and reliable. Both front-end & Backend.

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    Simon August 21, 2019 @ 10:04 pm

    Is rust here to conquer C and C++? Just finished uni with an embedded system degree so C/C++ is my go to language. I have just started reading about rust and that it has all the pros of C/C++ but more secure considering the memory allocation. I have been thinking about learning it but would like your input.

    So back to my question, will Rust grow substantionally and will it make C/C++ go obsolete? (Of course it won’t make the two languages disappear but you get what i mean, or else tell me)

    And if you would rate Rust with “Difficulty level” and “Job opportunity” what would it get?

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    3i Data Scraping August 27, 2019 @ 4:16 pm

    Nice blog

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    vishal singh September 15, 2019 @ 1:12 pm

    nice article