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5 Programming Languages Which Might Go Bang in Future

Published on 16 July 15
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Today thereâs a number of programming languages like Java, JavaScript, PHP, Perl, .NET, Python, and even Ruby, which are popular and widely-used by IT brainiacs all over the world. Given more and more experts hit the labor market with their coding skill thus lowering the demand and wages in a long run, perhaps today is high time to master a new up-and-coming programming language to be on top of the career wave when it strikes with popularity.

Dart

JavaScript is awesome when you want to add miscellaneous interactivity elements to webpages. But when the code of your apps consists of thousands of lines, weaknesses of the language donât take too long to show up. This is exactly why Google introduced Dart â new programming language which uses same patterns as JavaScript, but still defines objects with classes and interfaces like in C++ and Java. If Google succeeds to persuade the industry that Dart is ânew better JavaScriptâ, youâd better be sure youâre on team Google with this one.

Ceylon

Gavin King, creator of a popular object-relational Java framework called Hibernate, aims to create just another âJava killerâ and called it Ceylon. Although the man loves Java, he thinks there is still plenty of stuff lacking. Do you need first-class functions, declarative syntax and meta-programming in Java? Ceylon might be a lucky shot.

Go

Another creation of Google, Go is a programming language of general purpose which suits for everything: from app development to system programming. Alongside with classic C and C++ features, it also includes such modern stuff as memory cleaning, parallelism, etc. Google claim that Go is a programming language for âeasy codingâ, trying to make it comfy and dynamic. Therefore, if Google is concerned, Go will be a real-deal option to take on in the nearest future.

F#

Functional programming is popular with us â IT geeks, but purely functional languages are known to be of low use for creating real-life apps (Lisp and Haskell). Thatâs why F# here, developed by Microsoft, is designed to combine functionality and practicability in one solid coding language. Although itâs Microsoft, you know, the support of F# starting from Visual Studio 2010 is pretty amazing, which makes this language a quite appetizing choice.

Opa

Web coding is a dark forest of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and SQL. Complete tarfu! In its turn, Opa here is in no way trying to replace any of these languages. It aims to replace them all, Carl! My collegues from jetessaywriter.com suggest that using just one Opa framework you can wield client- and server-side of your app without a hitch. Sounds tempting? Well, if done right, it will be a coding ecosystem to rule them all. When it happens, no one knows though.



Today thereâs a number of programming languages like Java, JavaScript, PHP, Perl, .NET, Python, and even Ruby, which are popular and widely-used by IT brainiacs all over the world. Given more and more experts hit the labor market with their coding skill thus lowering the demand and wages in a long run, perhaps today is high time to master a new up-and-coming programming language to be on top of the career wave when it strikes with popularity.

Dart

JavaScript is awesome when you want to add miscellaneous interactivity elements to webpages. But when the code of your apps consists of thousands of lines, weaknesses of the language donât take too long to show up. This is exactly why Google introduced Dart â new programming language which uses same patterns as JavaScript, but still defines objects with classes and interfaces like in C++ and Java. If Google succeeds to persuade the industry that Dart is ânew better JavaScriptâ, youâd better be sure youâre on team Google with this one.

Ceylon

Gavin King, creator of a popular object-relational Java framework called Hibernate, aims to create just another âJava killerâ and called it Ceylon. Although the man loves Java, he thinks there is still plenty of stuff lacking. Do you need first-class functions, declarative syntax and meta-programming in Java? Ceylon might be a lucky shot.

Go

Another creation of Google, Go is a programming language of general purpose which suits for everything: from app development to system programming. Alongside with classic C and C++ features, it also includes such modern stuff as memory cleaning, parallelism, etc. Google claim that Go is a programming language for âeasy codingâ, trying to make it comfy and dynamic. Therefore, if Google is concerned, Go will be a real-deal option to take on in the nearest future.

F#

Functional programming is popular with us â IT geeks, but purely functional languages are known to be of low use for creating real-life apps (Lisp and Haskell). Thatâs why F# here, developed by Microsoft, is designed to combine functionality and practicability in one solid coding language. Although itâs Microsoft, you know, the support of F# starting from Visual Studio 2010 is pretty amazing, which makes this language a quite appetizing choice.

Opa

Web coding is a dark forest of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and SQL. Complete tarfu! In its turn, Opa here is in no way trying to replace any of these languages. It aims to replace them all, Carl! My collegues from jetessaywriter.com suggest that using just one Opa framework you can wield client- and server-side of your app without a hitch. Sounds tempting? Well, if done right, it will be a coding ecosystem to rule them all. When it happens, no one knows though.

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