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Python

Python has been a growing programming language and it shows no signs of disappearing. You’ll find it in web applications, desktop apps, network servers, machine learning, media tools and more. You might find Python useful for back-end services and API’s, if you’re in security or Site Reliability Engineering.

JavasScript

More than half of all developers use this vital front-end development language and is increasingly relevant to back-end development. It’s rapidly expanding into areas like game development and the (IOT) Internet of things. JavaScript stats according to Stack OverFlow survey for 2018.

C++

A highly efficient and flexible language, first created back in 1985. It has remained in high demand due to high performance, reliability, and variety. Microsoft Windows and Google Chrome are the two of the most well-known projects created with C++, and indeed most of Amazon’s website are written in this language.

Perl

Perl is a powerful scripting language used extensively with the Internet and across UNIX (including Linux) and WIN32 platforms. Perl’s rich set of operators and constructs make it an ideal language for writing concise data manipulation programs and reusable tools.

Go

Go is a powerful open-source cross-platform programming language used extensively with Linux and Windows platforms. This language is a compiled, statically-typed language with garbage collection, structural typing, methods and interfaces, memory safety, and built-in concurrency support and more.

.NET

.NET is a free, cross-platform, open source developer platform for building many different types of applications. With .NET, you can use multiple languages, editors, and libraries to build for web, mobile, desktop, gaming, and IoT.