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4 Best Programming Languages To Learn In 2019

katleenbrown440 profile image Kathleen Brown Updated on ・3 min read

One of the most important skills to learn in today’s world is to know how to write a computer program. Even Steve Jobs believed that every human should learn to program. Piggybacked on the internet, computers have penetrated every industry today. From the autopilot program in an aircraft to the digital speedometer on motorbikes, computers surround us in various forms..

There are numerous programming languages that are coming up which are well-suited for different categories of developers like beginners, intermediate, and experts as well as for different use cases like web applications, mobile applications, game development, distributed system, etc.

Here are 5 of the most in-demand and popular programming languages to learn in 2019:


Python undoubtedly tops the list. Python is largely popular and is widely accepted as the best programming language to learn first. With its fast, easy-to-use, and easy-to-deploy approach to develop scalable web applications, Python becomes the number one choice naturally. YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, SurveyMonkey are all built in Python. It provides stupendous library support and boasts of a large developer community who are enthusiastic about the language.

Python programming language acts as a fantastic starting point for beginners. If you are looking for a better job opportunity or want to polish your existing skills, you should definitely go for Python as soon as possible. Currently, A lot of startups today rely on Python as their primary backend stack. Hence, this opens up a great amount of opportunity for full-stack Python developers.


Next in line comes Java. It is yet another more popular choice of language for large organizations and it has remained the same for a large amount of time. Java has been extensively to build enterprise-scale web applications and has always proven to be extremely stable. For this reason alone, large enterprises across the globe have adopted Java. If, as a programmer, you are looking for a development based job at a large organization, Java is that one language you should think upon seriously.

Another aspect of Java is that it also extensively used in Android App Development. And talking about mobile apps, any business today feels the need to develop an Android application looking to the fact that there are billions of Android users today. This opens up a huge opportunity for Java developers given the fact that Google has created an excellent Java-based Android development framework – Android Studio.


C/C++ is like the bread and butter of programming. Almost all low-level systems such as operating systems, file systems, etc are written in C/C++. If you wish to be a system-level programmer, C/C++ is the language you should learn.

C++ is also widely used by competitive programmers owing to the fact that it is extremely fast and stable. C++ also provides something called as STL – Standard Template Library. STL is a pool of ready-to-use libraries for various data structures, arithmetic operations, and algorithms. The library support and speed of the language make it a popular choice in the High-frequency trading community as well.


C# is a general-purpose programming language developed by Microsoft. C# is widely used for backend programming, building games (using Unity), building Window mobile phone apps and lots of other use cases. Many companies today are looking forward to hire C# developers to boost their revenue channels.


Programming languages define and drive our day to day lives. It is important and vital to learn or be a part of this technological wave if one wants to stay relevant in the market.

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