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10 Best Programming Languages to Learn in 2019

Everyone, who want to create a career in the IT field must have this nagging question that which are the top programming language to which I should learn?

To create yourself valuable you need to grow your programming skills. Nowadays, the computer has spread in every industry from an ordinary shop to the Microshoft. Industries are turning from pen paper to the computers. The demand for computer science students is increasing in every type of companies. Top companies like Microshoft, Google, TCS etc. are hiring a skilled person. So, you must have good knowledge of programming languages.

It is not an easy task to answer this question. Meanwhile, some have good knowledge about the choice of programming language to learn. But the beginner and intermediate must have a good knowledge before selecting any language as first. Some people directly starts learning whatever they see and and after sometime they again switch to other language. But I must say that it is not good to play maze with your career.

The choice must be base on the market demand and main career field. To narrow your choice you can consider market and trends. It tells which programming language are for the future.

Considering all the market, trends and top demand in 2019 we have listed here the top 10 Best Programming Languages you should learn.


Some people must have not even heard about this language. I must tell that this is one of the top programming language in 2019.

Python is an interpreted high-level programming language. It is created by Guido van Rossum and first released in 1991. Python is widely accepted in every technical work from the Web Application to the Data Science. Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest are all built in Python. Today, all developers are migrating to Python because it is fast, easy to use, and easy to deploy programming language. If you are a beginner then Python is great starting for you. The demand for Python is wide from small to big companies.


Java is also one of the most used language in web applications. Java and C# are almost identical. Java is a popular programming language and it is created in 1995. It is owned by Oracle, and more than 3 billion devices run Java. You must be thinking about the use of Java so I must say that Java can be used for mobile applications, Desktop application, Web applications, Web Servers and application server, Games, Database connection, etc. The most important thing about Java is that it can works on different platforms such as Windows, Mac, Linux, Rasberry Pi, etc.

As you know that every companies have their own application and it need many developers to handle these applications. All these android application are based on Java. So, you can build your career also with Java.

3. JavaScript

JavaScript is the programming language of the web. It is frontend programming language. JavaScript is one of the core technology of word wide web alongwith HTML and CSS. JavaScript enables interactive web pages and thus it is an essential part of web applications. Most of the web pages are designed on the JavaScript to grow page beauty.

If you want to build your career in the field of web application or even you want to build any startup then you must go for it. JavaScript is used to program the behavior of web pages.

4. C and C++

C++ is an enhanced/extended version of C programming language. C and C++ are often denoted together as C/C++. C++ is known for Object Oriented Programming which helps you solve a complex problem intuitively.

All low-level system such as OS, file system, Computer applications, etc. are written in C/C++. If you want to be a system-level programmer, C/C++ is the language you should learn. Some developers think that C and C++ are going to die but if you talk about Virtual Reality games then there are no other languages that can compete with C and C++.

5. Go

Go is also called as Golang. It is a programming language designed by Google engineers Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. Go is widely used in startup in Silicon Valley. But it is less popular in India. Go is not an easy language to learn. But I must say that Go has great future.

If you want to learn Go then you will be one of the few Go expert. You will be in high demand since more companies are adapting Go as their programming language.

6. R

R is a programming language and free software environment for statistical computing and graphics supported by R Foundation for Statistical Computing. R language is widely used programming language for machine learning and Data Analysis. If you want to build your career in Data Analysis organisation then you should definitely learn R.

7. Swift

Swift programming language is used to develop iOS application. Swift is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language developed by Apple Inc. Not only iOS developer use Swift programming language for mac-OS, watch-OS, tvOS, Linux and Z/OS. iOS is expanding, so if you want to work with Apple then you can go for it. You can got a lot of opportunities with it.

8. PHP

PHP also known as Hypertext Preprocessor. It is a server-side scripting language designed for Web development. Specially PHP is used for making dynamic and interactive Web Pages. PHP developers are large in demand as all the backend of Web Pages are written in PHP.

If you are interested to join any organisation as backend developer then you should learn PHP language.

9. C#

C# is a simple, modern, general-purpose, Object Oriented Programming language developed by Microsoft. C# is a programming language of .NET Framework. C# can be used to develop Android and iOS apps just by using C#. C# and Java almost used for same work. If you know C#, you pretty much know Java too.

10. Kotlin

Kotlin has a great future in Android world. Many programming experts think that most Android development will shift into this one. If you want to learn Kotlin then this is definitely worth. Kotlin is a statically typed programming language that runs on the Java Virtual machine and also can be compiled to JavaScript source code.

Arun Patel

I am a blog writer and web developer as a passion and also engineering student. I am passionate about sharing my knowledge with others.

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