Top 10 Best Programming Language in 2017 – Penetration Testing

What is the most popular programming language TOP 10 in 2017?

The following is the most worthy of learning programming language TOP 10 in 2017!

1st: Java

To the extent of popularity, Java is the main rival of C, the two share the top two positions. Java won the “Best Language of the Year 2015” award, according to Oracle, said it used more than 9 million developers.

Java is used by millions of developers around the world in billions of devices. It is a class-based object-oriented language, and its cross-platform features make all platforms, operating systems, and devices compatible. It is used to develop Andrews app, desktop app and video games, is the development language of many enterprise backgrounds. Java’s cross-platform features will last for a long time, and that’s why Java is popular.

2nd: C

In March 2015, the C language was named the world’s most popular language. C language application is almost endless, it has also been the most popular language of the top two.

C + + developed by the C, and C is more simple, less functional. The C language was developed by Dennis Ritchie, a procedural language developed in 1972, and used in UNIX operating systems. Although C is a relatively old language, it is still widely used in system programming, writing other languages ​​and embedded systems. Linux operating system kernel is written in C language.

3rd: Python

Python is a widely used advanced general programming language that is simple and easy to read. It is a versatile embedded scripting language that is a solid foundation for many website architectures, as well as for automation tasks (including in 3D applications), desktop programming tools, and data sciences. Python is also used for education, so it also contains math, physics and other content. Many technology giants such as Google and Yahoo, as well as NASA, PBS and Reddit, use Python to write their website.

4th: GO

Go (or GOLANG) developed by Google in 2007, is a free open source programming language. It has a good standard library, and compile speed quickly. At the same time, it is also very good at dealing with concurrent tasks and procedures. Google gives Go a lot of support, such as the use of Go language website Netflix, YouTube and Adobe.

5th: Java Script

JavaScript first appeared in Netscape Navigator and became the basis for modern dynamic web pages. JavaScript is one of the most widely circulated programming languages ​​available today. It is a popular, powerful, dynamic scripting language, especially good at developing excellent web pages, and web games. Many of the syntax of JavaScript comes from C language. It is compatible with all browsers and is used in more than 90% of web pages. In recent years, JavaScript has also been the basis for Node.js, which is a server-side technology, one of the functions is to achieve real-time communication.

6th: PHP

PHP (Super Text Preprocessing Language) is a server-side language. Today it is used for more than 80% of sites, including Facebook, Wikipedia, Tumblr and WordPress. PHP is not only easy to get started, but by the new developers are welcome, but also for many mature developers to provide a lot of excellent features. As a result, there is a huge demand for PHP web developers around the world.

In 2004, PHP was awarded the “Best Language of the Year” by TIOBE. In addition, PHP is still in March 2010, the third most popular language.

7th: Ruby

Ruby is a dynamic, reflective, object-oriented, general-purpose programming language. It supports multi-paradigm programming, including functional, object-oriented and so on.

In March 2016, the Ruby language also ranked very well in the TOP10, and today it is still a tool for start-up companies, developers, and even mature business preferences. However, while Ruby has largely improved its framework (Ruby on Rails), it becomes more flexible and makes the development of new applications can be blockable, but the rise of Node.js largely makes Ruby can not have great Competitive new generation of developers.

8th: Visual Basic.NET

Visual Basic .NET is developed by Microsoft and is a multi-paradigm, object-oriented programming language. Originally designed to facilitate the introduction of Visual Basic applications into VS.NET, and this full use of the new runtime (runtime) example is very rare. This approach allows a large part of the old school developers to switch to a new development environment, and hastily learn a new language, learning curve to be much more smooth.

9th: Swift

As a successor to Objective-C, Swift is one of the fastest growing programming languages ​​in history. It is developed by Apple, so it is very suitable for the preparation of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS applications. Swift is relatively clean, fast and accurate, but also can shorten the length of the code, saving time and effort. Since Swift is open source, developers can also develop on Windows or Linux to design their own compilers, but make sure they are compatible with App and Apple devices.

10th: Scala

Scala is a general-purpose programming language designed by Martin Odersky. January 20, 2004, Scala began to support functional programming, and the introduction of strong static type system. In order to achieve the purpose of simplicity, Scala all the design comes from everyone for the criticism of java summary. Scala’s source code is compiled into Java bytecode, so the generated executable code will run on the Java virtual machine.

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