For the year of 2018. The 14 most popular programming languages, according to a study of 100,000 developers: The job market is growing rapidly, and at a faster rate than normal in the Software Developer arena according to The United States Department of Labor – The Bureau of Labor Statistics – Occupational Outlook Handbook > Computer and Information Technology > Software Developers.
Without further ado: The 14 most popular programming languages, according to a study of 100,000 developers are listed below:
- #2: HTML: Although it technically isn’t a programming language — it’s a “markup language” — HTML is the basis for the structure of every single website. Learn HTML here.
- #3: Cascading Style Sheets, or CSS, is the programming language that’s widely used to design websites and browser-based apps.
- #4: SQL, pronounced “sequel,” stands for Structured Query Language. It lets you deal with large amounts of data by accessing and managing databases. Most of the time, it’s used in conjunction another language, like PHP.