A complete database that contains all 705 programming languages and a section that highlights the top 10 most used programming languages.
The purpose of this list of programming languages is to include all programming languages, current and historical, in alphabetical order. Some programming languages are no longer used others ramping up usage pretty fast. All data was extracted from Wikipedia and the list also includes the Wikipedia link that provides additional information about each programming language.
The dataset is created to meet developer’s needs. Here is what you can do using this database:
There are hundreds of coding languages in use today, and for aspiring engineers, or anyone who wants to dedicate themselves to technology, it can be difficult to know where to start. And what are the most important programming languages? It is a simple question with a very complex answer. Usually, people want to understand what the most popular language is, because they want to learn subjects in areas where jobs exist. For most people, it makes very little sense to enter a field with knowledge about something that is not in demand.
Business executives are increasingly moving to an IT environment that is no longer focused on large and long projects, but rather on shorter and more sustainable efforts to drive change and innovation. Other times, programmers who are already skilled want to know if their current skills are relevant or if it is time to look at other languages. Changes in popularity may mean that it is time to delve into a new language.
According to GitHub here are the list with the most used programming languages: