Top 5 Programming Languages to Learn in 2018 and 2019

Top 5 Programming Languages to Learn in 2018 and 2019

Top 5 Programming Languages to Learn in 2018 and 2019

(Top 5 Programming Languages) Hey guys how’s it going? This is Kovid from Coder Kovid YouTube channel and welcome, back to another video on this channel. In this video, I’m going to tell you guys Top 5 programming languages to learn in 2019. I made this list on the three factors. They are:

  1. Productivity
  2. Easiness and
  3. Demand

We will know in depth with the data like annual income and many more. So, without getting set lets jump right into it.

Top 5 Programming Languages to Learn in 2018 and 2019

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1. Python

No 1 in our list is Python. Python is the best programming language since 2017. It is growing on a daily basis. Python is a versatile language. Python is used in Web Apps, Android Apps, Desktop Apps, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cognitive Development, and what not. It has the top job market in 2018 and has full potential to stay the same in 2019 too. The average annual salary for python programmer is $119,920. Even the platform you are using now, YouTube is also made up of Python. Many platforms you are using on a daily basis like Instagram, Snap Chat, Google, Reddit, etc. all are made up of Python. So, you may make a prediction of how much potential does python has in this era. So, my recommendation to you is Python programming. You should definitely learn it. If you want to learn it. Just go to my playlist which is linked down below in description box or go to my channel page and check them out. You will learn pretty much great things. If you want to earn after learning I have a paid course. You can just mail me on this address or contact me on my Facebook page or LinkedIn profile. I will be providing you with the advanced knowledge on how to get your first pay check and earn through the knowledge and a certification of python programmer. For more info contact me! (Top 5 Programming Languages)

2. JavaScript

No 2 is JavaScript. JavaScript is the web-based programming language. It runs almost anywhere. Even in your chrome browser. Just go to any web page and click F12 and then go to console. There you will find JavaScript console. You can build Web Apps, Desktop Apps and, Even Android Applications. The average annual salary of a JavaScript Developer is $101, 278. That’s pretty much right. JavaScript is also the easy programming language. But it will be hard when importing something. So, you might feel difficult to learn at the beginning level. (Top 5 Programming Languages)

3. Java

No 3 is Java. Yes, you might have heard about this programming language from very long. Java has a good job market in 2018 and also has a probability in 2019. Java is used to make Android Applications, Desktop Applications and also Web Applications. So, it’s also kind of a versatile language. The average annual salary of Java Developer is $71,527. You can learn but this is a little bit difficult to learn. So, it might not be suitable for the beginner in computer programming sector. (Top 5 Programming Languages)

4. PHP(Hypertext Preprocessor)

No 4 in our list is PHP which stands for Hypertext Preprocessor. PHP is also a good programming language when it comes in web development but the demand and job market at this time is very much low. The average annual salary for PHP developer is $62,316. So, PHP with different frameworks like Yii and Yii 2 is fabulous at the performance level. (Top 5 Programming Languages)

5. Ruby on Rails

No 5 is Ruby on Rails. Actually, it’s not the programming language. Ruby is just a programming language and rails is a web framework in which Ruby programming language works. So, it’s named as Ruby on Rails. The average annual salary for Ruby Developer is $74,137 as per the information. Ruby is pretty much easy to learn but the demand for this programming language is very less. So, I put it to the 5th number. (Top 5 Programming Languages)

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