Application Of Different Programming Languages (PART I)

Find out about some of the most popular programming languages, what they’re used for, what are the career opportunity, and how you can learn to code with them.

How many programming languages are there?

The history of programming languages actually dates back further than you might think. Wikipedia claims there are approximately 700 programming languages, while others say that number is closer to 9000! The truth is, there’ve been countless programming languages created throughout history. But as spoken languages, not all are used by the vast majority of the population.

What Programming Language Should I Learn?

Each programming language is designed for a specific purpose and has its own merits and demerits.

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In this blog, we will tell you the top 8 programming language their application in the respective field their trends and career opportunity.

1) Python

Python is the fastest-growing general-purpose, a high-level programming language that is designed to be highly readable with fewer syntactic construction. It was first released in 1991 by Guido van Rossum. It is open-source, Interpreted has Extensive support modules and community development and Objective-Oriented Language.

Usage/Application:

  • Web development
  • Machine Learning and Data analysis
  • Web Scrapping
  • Game Development
  • Desktop GUI Application
  • Image Processing
  • Embedded Development and much more.

Salary: On average, an entry-level Python developer earns about Rs500K (INR) in India and $88K in the US per year according to a survey carried out by PayScale till June 2019. In another survey conducted by Indeed, the average salary is about 510K.

It is also one of the most preferred languages in the fields of Data Science, Statistics, Analytics, ML and AI with R as its only real competition.

2.Java

Java is a High Level, class-based, object-oriented programming language that is designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. Owned by the Oracle Corporation, Java is one of the oldest, most common, in-demand computer programming languages in use today.

Usage/Application:

  • Mobile Applications
  • Desktop GUI Applications
  • Enterprise Applications
  • Gaming Applications
  • Big Data technologies.

Salary: An average Java developer salary in India is Rs 443,568 per annum.

Did you know that? Three billion devices currently run on Java, according to Oracle.

3 . JavaScript

JavaScript (JS) is a lightweight, interpreted, or just-in-time compiled programming language with first-class functions.JavaScript is a fun and flexible programming language. It’s one of the core technologies of web development and can be used on both the front-end and the back-end.

Usage/Application:

  • Web Applications
  • Web Development
  • Server Application
  • Web Servers

Salary: An entry-level JavaScript developer with 0–1 year of experience begins their career at about Rs. 224,624 in India. As the developer experience increases, they can expect salaries exceeding Rs. 1,074,419.

JavaScript is one of the most misinterpreted language probably because of its name where there are two parts, Java and Script.

To be Continued…..

Read Part II of this blog for the remaining 5 languages.

So to avoid your confusion between Java and Javascript view our Instagram post where we talked about myths about Javascript.

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Application Of Different Programming Languages (PART II):

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Author: Ashutosh Raghuwanshi

Editor: Riya Patidar, Devendra Patidar