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Best Programming Languages to Learn in 2020

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1. JavaScript
Along with HTML and CSS, JavaScript is essential to front-end web development. A majority of the web’s most popular sites, from Facebook and Twitter to Gmail and YôùTùbé, rely on JavaScript to create interactive web pages and dynamically display content to users.

2. Swift
If you’re interested in Apple products and mobile app development, Swift is a good place to start. First announced by Apple in 2014, Swift is a relatively new programming language used to develop iOS and macOS applications.

3. Scala
If you’re familiar with Java—a classic programming language in its own right—it’s worth checking out its modern cousin, Scala. Scala combines the best features of Java (such as its Object Oriented Structure and its lightning-fast JVM runtime environment) with a modern twist.

4. Go

One of the core languages favored by Google, Go is the little language that could. As a low-level language, Go is ideal for engineers who want to enter the field of systems programming. It encompasses much of the same functionality of C and C++ without the difficult syntax and steep learning curve. It’s the perfect language for building web servers, data pipelines, and even machine-learning packages.


5. Python
Python is perhaps the most user-friendly programming language of any on this list. It’s often said that Python’s syntax is clear, intuitive, and almost English-like, which, like Java, makes it a popular choice for beginners.


6. Elm
One of the youngest languages on our list, what began as a Harvard student’s thesis has now grown to become a point of passion for front-end developers around the world.

7. Ruby
Ruby is another scripting language that’s commonly used for web development. In particular, it’s used as the basis for the popular Ruby on Rails web application framework.


8. C#
Like C++, C# (pronounced C Sharp) is a general-purpose, object-oriented language built on the foundations of C. It was originally designed by Microsoft as part of its .NET framework for building Windows applications.


9. Rust
Rust is a bit of an upstart among the other languages on this list, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a valuable language to learn. Stack Overflow’s 2019 Developer Survey found that Rust was the most loved programming language among developers for the fourth year in a row, with 83.5 percent of Rust developers saying that they want to continue working with it.

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Patulong naman.. Nag aaral po kasi ako ng python ( self study ).. "Automate the boring stuff with python" yung book.. As of now marami pa kong di ma gets or hindi alam paano i aapply.. Any tips naman dyan.. hahahaha
 
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sometimes java is vulnerable for häçking thats why others dont used java häçker said
 
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I disagree. Java is even labeled as "Secure" Language. It has Security Manager and built-in tools such as Automatic Array bounds checks, Bytecode Verification and other security APIs. You can even ask about it to other Java experts why they prefer the language. Java is actually one of the most secure language. Php is one of the weakest in this area though next to C.
 

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I disagree. Java is even labeled as "Secure" Language. It has Security Manager and built-in tools such as Automatic Array bounds checks, Bytecode Verification and other security APIs. You can even ask about it to other Java experts why they prefer the language. Java is actually one of the most secure language. Php is one of the weakest in this area though next to C.
IMHO, that's a very misleading statement. In Java, you cannot access out-of-bound arrays, and you don't have pointers, and thus several security flaws like stack corruption or buffer overflow is impossible to exploit in Java. But Java is not inherently more secure than any other language; it's just there is less chance to make mistakes that can cause security flaws. In effect, this reduces security flaws, but it's totally misleading to say Java is secure.


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