Top language for 2015

As 2015 is seen a steep growth in productivity, and the tech world has already started implementing the planned stuffs for their upcoming time ,its good to know what will drive the planned stuffs. Apart from being well updated about the happenings ,one needs to know what will help him/her in being in the competition. Here’s a list of language that has already been back bone of tech giants as well as free lancers and will be the source of sustenance of the industry in 2015.


Java is one of the most popular languages for building
back-ends for modern enterprise-web applications. With
Java and frameworks based on it, web developers can
build scalable web apps for a variety of users. Java is
also the main language used to develop native Android
apps for smartphones and tablets.


Every modern website uses JavaScript. It’s the go-to
language if you want to create interactivity for your site,
or build user interfaces with one of the dozens of popular
JavaScript frameworks.


C# is the primary language for developing on Microsoft
platforms and services. Whether you’re building modern
web applications using Azure and .NET, apps for
Windows devices or powerful desktop apps for your
business, C# is the quickest way to harness all that
Microsoft has to offer. Want to play, as well? The popular
Unity game development engine also uses C# as one of
its primary languages.


Building a web app that needs to work with data? PHP,
along with databases like MySQL, are essential tools for
building modern web applications. PHP powers a majority
of today’s data-driven websites, and is the foundation
technology for powerful content management systems,
like WordPress, which you can extend to make your site
more powerful.


Want to get a little lower level with your programming?
When you need to connect directly to hardware to get the
most out of your processing power, C++ is the perfect
choice for developing powerful desktop software,
hardware-accelerated games and memory-intensive apps
on desktops, consoles and mobile devices.


Python can almost do it all. Web apps, user interfaces,
data analysis, statistics — whatever your problem, there’s
likely a framework for it in Python. Most recently, Python
has been used as a key tool for data scientists to sift
through giant data sets for any industry.


Why is the C language still popular? Size. C is small, fast
and powerful. If you’re building software for embedded
systems, working with system kernels or just want to
squeeze every last drop of the resources you have at
hand, C is lean, mean and ready to scream.


Data is massive, it’s everywhere and it’s complex. SQL
gives you the ability to find the exact information you
want in a fast, repeatable and reliable way. Using SQL,
you can easily query and extract meaningful data from
large, complex databases.


Want to kickstart your project in record time, or prototype
a new idea for your next big web app? Ruby (and Ruby on
Rails) can get you there quickly. The Ruby language is
straightforward to learn and incredibly powerful, plus it
powers tons of popular web apps around the globe.


If you’re interested in making an app for iOS, you’ll need
to know Objective-C. While last year’s hype centered on
Apple’s new language Swift, Objective-C is still the
foundational language if you want to build apps for the
Apple ecosystem. With Objective-C and XCode, the official
software development tool from Apple, you’ll be in the App
Store in no time.


Is Perl esoteric? Yes. Is it confusing? Yes. Is it a super
powerful language, and a key component of anyone’s
cyber security arsenal? Also true. Perl has powered the
web since its early beginnings, and is still considered a
key tool for any IT professional.

12 .NET

Although not a language in itself, .NET is a key Microsoft
platform for cloud, service and app development that gets
more advanced and valuable with each release. Due to the
recent open-sourcing efforts of Microsoft, .NET is now
coming to Google and Apple platforms. As a result, you
can use .NET today with a variety of programming
languages to build apps that easily support multiple

13.Visual Basic

Visual Basic is the language that gets business done. A
key language of the .NET platform, it enables you to build
applications to support your business, and automate
powerful Office applications like Excel to accomplish
super-human feats of computation, as well as streamline
your most common tasks.

14. R

R is powering the revolution of big data, and is a must-
know language in 2015 for anyone in need of serious data
analysis. From science and business to entertainment
and social media, R is the language to learn for statistical
analysis across nearly every field of interest.

15. Swift

Not even a year old, the Swift programming language has
captured the eyes and keyboards of developers worldwide
as a new, fast and easy way to develop for Apple’s Mac
and iOS operating systems. Swift’s broad power and
friendly syntax makes it possible for anyone with a Mac
to build the next killer app for iOS or Mac OS X

Source: Efytimes

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