Top 10 Most Popular Programming Languages, According to Microsoft GitHub

GitHub has Published its annual status in the field of programming and introduced the most popular programming languages ​​and open source projects in the code sharing service for programmers.

Programming Languages, Just last year, Microsoft acquired GitHub for $ 5.7 billion as part of its plan to attract more developers. GitHub has now become a hub used by 40 million developers to collaborate and share code for personal, professional, and other projects. 

Here are 10 popular programming languages.

10 Popular Programming Languages

10) Ruby

Ruby is an open source programming language that focuses on ease of use. This language was created by Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto. This programming language was published in 1995, and since then, with several conferences and meetings, the Ruby language has become more popular.

9) C

C is one of the oldest commonly used programming languages ​​and was developed by Dennis Ritchie in 1972. It is a programming language designed for a wide range of computer systems and hardware. Many popular languages ​​today, including Java, PHP, and JavaScript, are rooted in the C language.

8) Shell

The Shell language is especially popular in the IT department, allowing users to write commands that tell the operating system directly what to do. This language can be used to automate common processes such as installing or removing programs remotely or managing, backing up and copying files.

7) TypeScript

TypeScript is an open source programming language developed and developed by Microsoft. It is not only one of the most popular programming languages, but also one of the fastest growing. The language is very close to JavaScript but with more powerful features helps developers build large-scale applications. This language is also supported in Microsoft Code Editor, Visual Studio.

6) ++ C

The C ++ programming language is made of C and almost goes back to it. This language dates back to 1979. Bjarne Stroustrup developed the C ++ language while working on his doctoral dissertation and presented it as a way to add additional features to the C language. Today, this language is still widely used. Because this language is a basic language in many operating systems, browsers and games.

5) #C

C # was created by Microsoft im team led by Anders Hejlsberg. This language is similar to the Java programming language and can be used to build smartphone applications, games and enterprise software.

4) PHP

PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor, an open source programming language for developing web pages and creating interactive web pages. The language also works well with databases and is used by Facebook and Yahoo. However, developers have long considered it one of the worst programming languages ​​and have ridiculed it.

3) Java

Java was first developed in 1995 by Sun Microsystems, which was later developed by Oracle. This open source language is used by companies such as Twitter and Netflix and is a standard language for large companies. Developers have used Java to create smartphone and web applications, games, and database-based software. This language is similar to C ++ and C #.

2) Python

Python is both one of the most popular programming languages ​​and one of the fastest programming languages. In terms of popularity, this language reached the third place in 2019. This open source language is often used for artificial intelligence and data science programs and is very simple and easy to get started.

1) JavaScript

JavaScript is the most popular programming language in the world. This is because it is one of the main languages ​​used to build web pages. This language helps to interact with web pages and is also used to build games. Developers like this language because of its lightness, flexibility and power. It is worth noting that this language, despite its name, has nothing to do with Java.