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Most Used Programming Languages ​​Nowadays

If you work as a programmer or are thinking of starting to train and learn an online programming language, we tell you which are the most used in the world today according to the PYPL Index.

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If you work as a programmer or are thinking of starting to train and learn an online programming language, we tell you which are the most used in the world today according to the PYPL Index.

That relevant personalities like Tim Cook think that the subject of programming should be taught in schools – in fact many centers already teach Scratch and Arduino – is only a small sample of the growing importance of this subject, whose competences are related to numerous specialized works of high remuneration and that increasingly gain more weight within the ICT.

To take the first steps in order to become a programmer the network has become a rich and diverse repository of free online resources to learn how to program: web pages, specialized platforms, online tutorials or even digital games if you are looking for a didactic perspective based on leisure and fun. However, how to know which is the most popular programming language in these times?

If we look at the data provided by the PopularitY of Programming Language Index -broadcast as PYPL and translated into Spanish as Programming Languages ​​Popularity Index-, the most used programming language in the world is Python, whose philosophy emphasizes in a syntax that favors a readable code. It is multi-paradigm, multi-platform has an open source license, called Python Software Foundation License.

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With data updated in January 2018, Python was used by about a quarter (26%) of web programmers, as estimated in an analysis of Google searches of programming tutorials. After Python, the following Statista infographic collects the most used programming languages ​​remaining, among which Java stands out -representing 21.4% of Google’s searches-, Javascript, C # or PHP.

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