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One of the challenges for people interested in pursuing a career in programming is choosing which languages to learn. With so many languages used for different purposes, decisions the ones you want to study will depend on the specialty that most interests you as well as on job demand. A research report released on Tuesday by programming course site CodingNomads looks at the “best” programming languages for 2022.
According to TechRepublic, If you’re excited by the data and logic side of coding, you may wish to learn Python, Java, C, C++ or C#. If you’re jazzed about visual design and user interfaces, TypeScript might be up your alley. And if you’re looking to develop mobile apps, you’d want to check out Java for Android, and Swift or Objective-C for Apple’s iOS.
Aside from satisfying your own professional interests, you naturally want to select a language that’s in demand among employers and promises a good salary. In this regard, CodingNomads examined the most popular languages based on job postings and on salary.