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What is the best language to learn in 2014

Written by on 11 February 2014

best languages for programming in 2014

 

Best Language or Trendy language,this time I’m going to talk about what are the languages that you should look for in 2014. I found that interesting to prep a info graphic for this purpose because it’s the best way to present a complex or any kind of information quickly and elegantly.

Languages demand will rise and fall. Along with other languages Java Script which is responsible for the interactivity of your website, is also getting its credence. Any way here is a list of best languages based on number of jobs advertised on Twitter in the last twelve months.

 

Languages that won’t make their way to the best language list

Languages that lies in other categories are python, C++, C, ActionScipt, Asp.net, Perl and their percentage of job advertisements on twitter are 4%, 3%, 2%, 2%, 1% and 1% respectively. Action Scripting is falling apart because of the Apple, which has ceased it’s support from the first Day. It was Steve Jobs who humiliated the usage of Flash on iOS devices in a geeky way as: Flash is “a CPU hog,” full of “security holes,” and “old technology”. Steve wanted to create a device that works not the one that must has Flash.

In addition to Steve stoppage, adobe also announced that are stopping support for Flash Mobile.

“We will no longer continue to develop Flash Player in the browser to work with new mobile device configurations (chipset, browser, OS version, etc.) following the upcoming release of Flash Player 11.1 for Android and BlackBerry PlayBook,”

Danny Winokur, Adobe VP

As World is moving toward HTML5, we will see more and more of those open web technologies will go up the ladder. I would love to listen from the audience what kind of languages you are looking for in 2014.

 

 

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