Most In-Demand Programming Languages
While Java, C, and C++ remain at the top of of the TIOBE Index for most popular programming languages, all three have lost percentage points year over year. This indicates that with so many languages today, the former monopolies are losing dominance.
Google's Go language recently made the news for gaining more popularity than any other language in 2016 - a rare feat to beat out the top languages. This month, another lesser-known language entered TIOBE's top 20: Scratch. Scratch is a programming language from MIT Media Lab that's commonly used at schools and becoming more popular.
While there are many ways to rank programming languages, Coding Dojo analyzed job postings on Indeed to predict the top nine most in-demand languages for 2017:
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