The top ten programming languages for 2021 have been announced by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The related list of 55 names may be found in the IEEE Spectrum magazine.
How do the IEEE ratings work?
This rating is based on data from eight sources: CareerBuilder, Google Search & Trends (including search volume), GitHub (including search volume), Hacker News, IEEE, Reddit, and Stack Overflow (including search volume). The ranking authors assigned a demand rating of 0 to 100 to each of the 55 programming languages. This metric was used to generate an alphabetical list of languages, with the higher the number, the higher the language’s importance.
Open-source software development, software development job searches, and communication between programmers are just a few examples of topics from which programming languages might be cited.
Python remains the king
Anyone interested in a career in software engineering should learn Python, according to IEEE Spectrum. Python, which has a perfect score of 100, is still at the top of the list. Embedded systems and artificial intelligence are just two of the many sectors in which Python excels.
C# is on the rise
C# is a multi-paradigm, general-purpose programming language introduced by Microsoft Corporation in 2001. The Microsoft.NET Framework was built mostly with this language. C# is a programming language that resembles C in many ways. It has a syntax that’s very close to that of older programming languages like C++ and Java.
Top 10 Popular Programming Languages of 2021