Here are the most common programming languages, as well as the salaries that developers can hope to receive from learning them.
Site for exchanging developer awareness Stack Overflow has published its annual developer survey for 2019, identifying the most common programming languages as well as which languages are associated with the highest wages both globally and in the United States.
If you’re a programmer who enjoys Rust, Python, and TypeScript, you’re not alone, according to Stack Overflow’s 2019 poll, which asked 90,000 developers from around the world about their favorite, least favorite, and most desired languages.
Rust, Python, Microsoft’s TypeScript, Kotlin, WebAssembly, Swift, Clojure, Elixir, Go, and C# were among the top ten most popular languages.
The most famous programming languages all have one thing in common: they were all developed during the last decade or so, with the exception of Microsoft’s C#, which debuted almost two decades earlier, and Python, which is 29 years old.
It also seems that developers dislike older languages, with the top ten most-dreaded all first emerging more than 20 years ago.
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is the most feared language, followed by Objective-C, C, PHP, Erlang, Ruby, R, C++, and Java.
According to the findings of Stack Overflow, Python, which is quickly becoming one of the most common languages, is also the “most wanted” language for the third year in a row.
The report also provides a breakdown of the languages that are correlated with the highest rate of wages. Clojure is associated with the highest wages on a global scale, with an average salary of $90,000.
F#, Go, Scala, Elixr, Ruby, WebAssembly, Rust, and Erlang are other languages synonymous with wages above $70,000.
The reported top wages in the United States are significantly higher than the median global salaries for all languages used in the study. HTML/CSS and C# are associated with the lowest incomes in the United States, which start at $105,000.
Scala, Clojure, Go, Erlang, Objective-C, WebAssembly, Kotlin, Rust, F#, Elixir, Ruby, C, C++, and Swift are the languages synonymous with the highest incomes in the US, ranging from $120,000 and $143,000.
Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio are the most common programming environments for web developers. A little more than half of the smartphone developers use Google’s Android Studio, and the same proportion uses Visual Studio Code. A third report created using Apple’s Xcode.
It seems that developers almost entirely anticipate male tech executives to shape the tech ecosystem this year.
Stack Overflow asked, with a vacant field, who will be the most important individual in 2019. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is rated as the most influential by 30% of those polled, while Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is rated as the least influential by 7%, and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is rated as the least influential by 4%.
AMD CEO Lisa Su is the only woman on the list, having been nominated by 0.2 percent of respondents. Meanwhile, 2.2 percent believe Donald Trump, who comes in fifth place, would be the most powerful guy in technology.
As with previous Stack Overflow polls, it estimates that 90 percent of respondents worldwide classify as males. In the United States, 11% of respondents identify as female.
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