Most Common Programming Languages 1965 – 2019

Timeline of the most well-liked programming languages since 1965 to 2019. Up to now essentially the most intense rating I’ve ever completed 🙂 For current years I’ve used a number of programming languages recognition indexes with changes because of the info from GitHub repositories entry frequency. For historic rating I’ve used aggregation of a number of nationwide surveys to determine a number of knowledge factors, plus a world vast publications price of prevalence. On this rating recognition is outlined by share of programmers with both proficiency in particular language or presently studying/mastering one. Y axis a relative worth to outline rating recognition between all different objects.
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Knowledge supply: aggregated statistics from a number of indexes, GitHub repository entry, a number of surveys


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  1. Why am I studying java then 😭😭

  2. If there is someone still using c/c++, please raise your hand !!

  3. Haskell has never been ranked in 10. But it's one of the language I learned and I never heard about ada. Interesting.

  4. Guys i want lerarn this language bit i dont know first. Which one is be first

  5. Why Delphi and Pascal are not the same color? They are literally the same language! C & C++ never falls off the chart by the way because of its universality (but it might in the future, I would consider rust a good competitor for them)

  6. Where did you get the data for this video? I have been noticed that your video is made by the Javascript lobby 😀

  7. It’s 2020, but I’m still learning fortran.

  8. 2019: Kotlin entered the chat, with its swirling coroutines!

  9. Эх, прийдется с джава на писон перекчиваться

  10. How said C is always in the top 3? Lol

  11. 𝅘𝅥𝅮 99 little bugs in the code 𝅘𝅥𝅮
    𝅘𝅥𝅮 99 little bugs 𝅘𝅥𝅮
    𝅘𝅥𝅮 Take one out, patch it around 𝅘𝅥𝅮
    𝅘𝅥𝅮 127 bugs in the code 𝅘𝅥𝅮

  12. Хабибда хо: пайтан)))

  13. Description states that popularity is measured as a percentage so if you add them all together (at any point in the video) shouldn't it add up to 100, or at least close to 100??? Someone help me out here!

  14. Anyone else tear up when assembler fell off the list?

  15. print('Hello World terminal:')
    HWL = {'H': 'Hello', 'W': 'World!', 'HW': 'Hello World!'}
    print('H – Hello')
    print('W – World!')
    print('HW – Hello World!')
    print('STOP – Finish program')
    Input = input()
    while Input != 'STOP':
    print(HWL.get(Input, 'ERROR: Abnormal input'))
    Input = input()

  16. im surprised to not see Golang, especially due to its popularity in companies such as Cisco

  17. Od lat uczyłem się Python2.x (2.4) a wszyscy mieli mnie za dziwaka. Ja nie mówię że Python naj i koniec. Tego nie widać ale Python jest w 2 wersjach 2.x i 3.x oraz wielu implementacjach: Micropython , Jyrton, pypy Bardzo chętnie współpracujących z każdym innym językiem.

  18. CS engineering students… Hit like

  19. Interesting ranking, matches quite well what I would have been expecting ^^ however would have been nice to know a bit more about what is used precisely to rank them. Like, define what "popularity" is.
    For example, if you take GitHub data, are they number of projects, number of loc, activity, etc… Python is highly fit for small projects, so some people will have like a c++ project they work 99% of the time and 10 python side projects they work on time to time, counting projects can be biased in favor of python. On the other hand, C++ usually needs more lines to do the same thing than python, so counting lines can be biased in favor of c++, because equivalent projects will have more lines of code.

  20. A great video! i personally like statistically presented videos so found it quite relevant to what i look for in this video niche. are you on linkedin?

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