10 Programming Languages to learn to get highest pay as of 2016

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Programming languages in the world changes significantly as a new programming  language the emerge faster, when some programming languages are losing popularity as a programmer it is better to keep an eye on the highest paying job in programming.

 

According to the USA these are developers  that are getting paid more than the average programmer.

 

Ruby On Rails

 

At the top of the  stack we start with Ruby On Rails most of the startups Are using Ruby On Rails as the primary programming language as Ruby On Rails brings speed and agility of building applications on rail. Top web companies that use Ruby On Rails coupon, basecamp and even youtube.

 

Objective C and  Swift

 

Objective C has been the primary language for developing iOS apps and Mac Apps but it is kind of a  hard syntax coded it is hard to learn Apple has introduced Swift as a new programming language for iOS development and replacement for objective C (It has fallen to 13th  place)

Python

 

Python has been one of the most important programming languages it is gaining  the popularity Continuously  because It is easy to learn and it comes on all the major platforms It is expressive It servers general scripting language.

 

Python is at #5 position on the Tiobe index of popularity and at #2 on PYPL PopularitY of Programming Language.

As regards the average salary across the various data sources, Python stands at $100K

C++:

C++ is one of the most powerful languages with lots of control on using computer resources. C++ is high on performance and hence it is often used to develop game engines, games, and desktop apps. Many AAA title video games are built with C++. In fact most of the software we use on a daily basis is written in C/C++ and it also boasts of the largest community of developers.

On Tiobe Index, C++ has maintained its position at #3 in April 2016 while it lost its position marginally to #6 on PYPL PopularitY index.

As regards the average salary across the different data sources, C++ is at $98K.

C:

Created in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie, C the lingua franca of systems development has not only survived but continues to thrive. Large chunks of Windows were written in C, along with most of Linux. It’s easy to learn and still comprehensively used in software development. It has become a general-purpose Assembly language for every processor. Nowadays, it is the de-facto Assembly for even the strangest architecture and it has become very hard to make better hand-crafted code than that generated by C compilers.

On Tiobe Index, C has maintained its position at #2 in April 2016 while it lost its position marginally to #7 on PYPL PopularitY index.

As regards the average salary across the four data sources, C stands at $96K.

 

Java:

Java is the most popular programming language and is considered the standard for object-oriented language in the industry. It’s used for everything, from web apps to games.  Java is platform independent and boasts of superior performance, extensive standard class library, tools for automatic memory management and better portability. There is also an availability of comprehensive documentation as well as numerous freely available sources for third-party libraries and codes.

On Tiobe Index Java continues to command #1 position in April 2016, the same as it was in April 2015. On PYPL PopularitY index also Java has maintained its numero uno status.

As regards the average salary across the four data sources, Java stands at $95K.

R:

R , basically a programming language for statistical computing and graphics, r’s popularity has increased recently because its applicability in Data Science and Machine Learning space. R’s advantages include its package ecosystem and unmatched graphics and charting capabilities.

R has climbed up one position to #18 from #19 on the Tiobe index of popularity and stands at #9 on PYPL PopularitY of Programming Language.

As regards the average salary across three data sources, R stands at $94K.

 

C#:

C# (C-Sharp) is pretty much the language for developing applications targeting a Windows environment. Applications for Windows desktop are mainly written in C#.  C# is also gaining ground in game programming with the XNA Framework plugin and easy porting of titles between PC and XBox.

C# has climbed up one position to #4 from #5 on the Tiobe index of popularity and stands at #4 on PYPL PopularitY of Programming Language.

As regards the average salary across the various data sources, C# stands at $91K.

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