Programming Languages To Study In 2018

Software development is a dynamic field. New and in-demand programming languages, frameworks and technologies will emerge, rise to fame, then change state within the course of many years.

Staying on top is one among the key factors for business and technological innovation. And with over 600 unique programming languages, choosing the best programing language for your project could also be difficult, and might be the toughest part in the initial development part.

Here’s the list, in order from most to least in-demand. (Source:

Free services are actually Free?

Last I was thinking we’re using a lot of free services like Gmail, Facebook on daily basis. But why they’re doing it?
I asked a few colleagues, mates, friends, seniors but no one could give a proper thought. Some said Gmail has a paid version as well! Facebook earning revenue from Page Boosts etc etc. Are these really enough to support these Big companies! ? even I also donno.

Another question raised in my mind that, what if Gmail/Facebook decides to stop free services? My idea is they won’t do that. They are already in rise, millions are people are already using them. If they stop giving free services they’ll lose new users. Obviously, they don’t want that!

Then what’s the price of using these services? My simple answer, MY DATA.
They’ve the right to use my data! Right ? So, I’m giving my data to them as a payment I’m using their service.
In a few years, people will be concerned about their data. Now people even I don’t care whether these companies are using my data for what purpose.

In a few decades these companies will have power to manipulate us, drive the people.

That’s all for today. Give it a thought, let me know what you guys think.

Top Programming Languages To Learn In 2017

A lot of people  search over the internet or ask me about what programming languages they must learn. I found myself in a troublesome scenario because this is often a very hard question to answer o to decide.There are a lot of things that need to be taken under consideration before making a choice, particularly when it involves that programming language you should learn.


When it comes to tech, staying ahead of the curve is a pretty good idea. In such an innovative and fast-paced industry, new technologies are emerging every week, every day… basically all the time!

The future of coding requires stability and good practices so our innovations will work. In fact, our projects are often so much bigger now, we need the innovation more than ever.
According to my research, these are the programming languages you should be focusing in 2017:

Don’t worry about the serial! I’ve just ordered alphabetically ?  

Somewhere along the line, some JavaScript programmers grew tired of typing all those semicolons and curly brackets. So they created CoffeeScript, a preprocessing tool that turns their syntactic shorthand back into regular JavaScript. It’s not as much a language as a way to save time hitting all those semicolons and curly bracket keys.

Hearing this for the first time? Any good programmer already knows plenty about D. It has been around for well over a decade, has been utilized by web giants such as Facebook, and has built up a consistent and loyal following.

‘D’ is an object oriented multi-paradigm system programming language. ‘D’ is actually developed by re-engineering C++ programming language but it is distinct programming language that not only takes in some features of C++ but also some features of other programming languages such as Java, C#, Python and Ruby.

Let’s start learning D!

Google’s Go programming language (Golang) has been ‘up and coming’ for a few years now. In 2016 its popularity skyrocketed, so 2017 is guaranteed to be the year when everybody – and we mean everybody – starts using Go. It’s the epitome of all of the biggest programming trends of late; it emphasizes simplicity, high performance, efficiency and in-built support. And most significantly, it’s easy to learn.

In the last 12 months in particular start-ups have made it their language of choice. Proving a very dangerous rival to the likes of Ruby and Node.

Want to start learning Go? Let’s start!

Hack is a programming language for the HipHop Virtual Machine (HHVM), created by Facebook as a dialect of PHP. The language implementation is open-source.

So you do not know about Hack? This programming language is brought by Facebook. Basically, it is holding up a feature on one of the most popular and successful websites. See why you need to learn this language? Just like Google, Facebook is not going anywhere. If you want to be part of the programming future, learn this language!

Most common programming language as on the day. Used for Android development and most of the financial systems around the world. Java is prominently preferred for its speed and performance. Rated best programming language to learn for years, it’s always good to keep your skills updated.

JavaScript isn’t exactly new, but it is ubiquitous and that’s not going to change any time soon. It has uses in anything web-related and a lot more besides, and the amount of activities the general population is conducting over the web is forever increasing. Java has held the top spot on the TIOBE index for the last few years, and its percentage share increases year on year too.

So why is JavaScript so popular? For a start, it’s ‘the’ language of the web – no JavaScript, no web. Secondly, the mere fact that it’s so popular continues to boost its popularity! There are endless other reasons too; it’s supported by every browser, it can be run as a server side language, it’s not all that difficult to learn and has a huge open source community…. we could go on and on. Basically as long as the web is around, JavaScript will be around.

Just like CoffeeScript, Less.js is really just a preprocessor for your files, one that makes it easier to create elaborate CSS files. Anyone who has tried to build a list of layout rules for even the simplest website knows that creating basic CSS requires plenty of repetition; Less.jshandles all this repetition with loops, variables, and other basic programming constructs. You can, for instance, create a variable to hold that shade of green used as both a background and a highlight color. If the boss wants to change it, you only need to update one spot.

This open source language has been popular for 30 years and on the rise for 10 years. An ideal first language with which to learn programming. The most taught language in US universities including M.I.T. and Stanford. This dynamic type language is used for robotic, mathematical and basic gaming applications.

Ruby is already a firm favorite with start-ups and has been for quite some time. Even with some competitive rival languages joining its ranks, its popularity doesn’t seem to be waning. But should we just expect more of the same in 2017? Well, yes and no. Ruby is particularly suited to solo programmers and niche projects (hence why it was so popular with start-ups). And more and more programmers are choosing to make their living by freelancing or taking on… you guessed it, niche projects.

So if you’re planning a code-as-you-go career, want to set up your own programming or development business, or just want to take on some freelance work on the side, look no further than Ruby and join the ever-growing club.

Thinking why you should learn Ruby? Have a look here.

Rust is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language sponsored by Mozilla Research. It is designed to be a “safe, concurrent, and practical language”, supporting functional and imperative-procedural paradigms.

Mozilla launched this programming language in 2014 and the number of users has increased significantly in 2016. It is believed that it will do just as exponentially in 2017 as well. If you are planning to learn programming for the first time, this is definitely one of the languages to learn.

As more and more people are getting on-board technology, the database has been increasing exponentially.If you are interested in managing the database, SQL is made for you. Termed Special purpose language, SQL is made for a special purpose, unlike general purpose language. Used almost everywhere where database management is required. SQL is a great skill to learn.

Apple saw an opportunity when programming newbies complained about the endless mess of writing in Objective C. So they introduced Swift and strongly implied that it would replace Objective C for writing for the Mac or the iPhone. They recognized that creating header files and juggling pointers was antiquated. Swift hides this information, making it much more like writing in a modern language like Java or Python. Finally, the language is doing all the scut work, just like the modern code.

Check the swift tutorial hereWant to learn more?