New Programming Languages : The Biggest Contenders

It seems like there are a dozen brand new
programming languages popping up every day. It can be a lot to keep up with. But don’t get so caught up in the now that
you forget to look ahead. Keep watching for our take on some of the
most promising new programming languages. PYTHON
Alright, so Python isn’t exactly what we’d call new. However, in the last couple of years, it has
become one of the most widely accepted programming languages for developing scalable web applications. It has amazing library support and a solid
developer community. And, many startups are using Python to have
their primary backend stack in order. So if you’re thinking about going full-stack
developer, go for Python. ELM
Elm focuses on three elements: performance, usability, and durability. It has a solid set of language constructs. They contain let-expression, anonymous functions,
as well as if expressions and list interpolation. However, the problems start because of Elm’s
virtual system, which has no support for higher-kinded types. Still, with the rise of all mobile everything,
Elm has a big chance of breaking into the programming languages market. GO
The Go Programming Language, also known as Golang, was released in 2009 by Google. It was created to manage coding problems that
organizations that come in Google-size deal with on a daily basis. The language has inbuilt features and library
support. When you take into account the debugging and
code vetting tools; you realize that you need to start learning Go as soon as you can. R
With a command line interface and a graphical front-end, R has provided a simplified approach. It allows programmers to get to its great
suite of operators for calculating matrices. Moreover, it has solid object-oriented programming
features. These features are known to be lacking in
other statistical computing-based languages. R is so reliable that FiveThirtyEight used
the language in its coverage in both the presidential and midterm elections. GROOVY
Yes, that’s what it is called. Groovy is an object-oriented language that
had its stable release in 2007, and now it’s becoming popular with Java developers. What’s great about Groovy is its ability to
increase programmers’ productivity. Groovy’s has access to the Grails web application
framework, so you get other cool features like NoSQL support and pluggability. As for the differences between Groovy and
Java: you have both dynamic and static typing in Groovy as well as native support for markup
languages like XML and HTML. RUST
Rust actually won the “Most Loved” category of Stack Overflow’s developer survey three
years in a row. Rust is a system programming language developed
by Mozilla that is very similar to C++ and has a straight-to-the-point syntax. It’s aiming to be a safe, concurrent and practical
language for supporting imperative procedural and functional methods. There are a ton more up and coming programming
languages you’ll want to learn about, so make sure to keep checking back for more info. Visit our website to see how we can make hiring
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