To get an idea of the programming languages that continue to rule the web, you need to follow the latest trends that include the popularity of a programming language, job opportunities and demand, highest paying technologies etc. At fossBytes, we keep writing about all the changing patterns, trying to paint a clear picture.
Continuing the same, today, we are sharing the RedMonk Programming Language Rankings. These rankings, based on the June 2016 data, were just released and made available for analysis. If you are acquainted with RedMonk’s rankings, they release the top programming lists bi-annually and they have been doing so since late 2010.
These rankings are a collective measure of the discussion and usage of a programming language. To do so, data from StackOverflow and GitHub has been taken into consideration. Apart from showing the current pattern, usage and discussion numbers also give us a glimpse of the future trends.
For more clarity, here’s the list of top 21 programming languages of 2016:
#19. Visual Basic
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