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10 Must Learn Programming Languages Of 2014

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 22 January 2014, 13:08 Hrs   |    4 Comments
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Bangalore: The fast booming Information Technology has left open a wide opportunity in the field of software and its related products and services. The software industry is touted to be one of the highest paying industries, making programmers the richest among the lot. Even though you are not a techie, the knowledge of a programming language can certainly be an added merit on your resume. Listed below are the top 10 programming languages one must try to learn in 2014 as compiled by Mashable.

#10 Java

Developed in 1990 by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems, Java is purely an object-oriented programming language. It is intended to let application developers "write once, run anywhere" (WORA),  making the program to run on other platform without recompilation. Being used as a standard for enterprise software, web-based content, games, mobile apps, and Android operating system, the demand for Java programming language has increased in leaps and bounds.
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Reader's comments(4)
1: "Its efficient design construct use machine instructions, and therefore applications that had formerly been coded in assembly language could be run on C compiler."

Dude, dafuq did you smoke?
Posted by:Xulescu - 07 Mar, 2014
2: Visual basic is outdated now :) Please update your list
Posted by:kirtesh - 24 Jan, 2014
Small scale firms now also focusing VB :)
Sabari Replied to: kirtesh - 25 Jan, 2014
4: Visual Basic and no c#?Is it really the list for 2014?
Posted by:Krish Jeevan - 22 Jan, 2014