Going into 2023 we are seeing new programming languages being developed and adopted. Based on current trends and the ongoing demand for certain types of technologies, the following programming languages are likely to be in high demand in 2023:
- Python: popular in a variety of fields, including web development, data science, and machine learning. It is known for its simplicity, readability, and flexibility, making it a good choice for beginners and experienced programmers alike.
- Java: Already widely used & known for its portability, scalability, and security. It is commonly used in enterprise-level applications and has a large developer community, making it a good choice for those looking to build large, complex systems.
- C#: developed by Microsoft & widely used in the development of Windows and Web applications, its going to be a mainstay on these lists for a long time to come
- C++: A favourite for high-performance use-cases that is used in the development of system-level software, such as operating systems and drivers. It is also commonly used in the development of games and other resource-intensive applications.
- Kotlin: first developed by JetBrains that is widely used for Android app development. It is known for its simplicity and interoperability with Java, making it a popular choice for Android developers.
- Swift: a language developed by Apple that is widely used for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS app development. It is known for its simplicity and ease of use, making it a popular choice for developers looking to build iOS platforms.
- Go: developed by Google that is known for its simplicity, concurrency, and performance. It is widely used in the development of web servers, cloud infrastructure, and other distributed systems.
- R: widely used in the field of data science and statistical analysis. It has a large ecosystem of packages and libraries for data manipulation, visualization, and machine learning.
- Rust: developed by Mozilla that is known for its safety, performance, and concurrency. It is widely used in the development of system-level software and is also gaining popularity in the development of web applications.
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