Every year, IT Sector studies trends in terms of adoption programming language. This is our golden team face new challenges.

Each developer has an answer when asked what is the best programming language? For various reasons everyone has a favorite or one that is most friendly. Some are kept in the same way for years and others are changing or updating your tastes, with the arrival of new tools.

Likewise, some institutions in the field of software development held once or twice a year a ranking of the most popular languages ​​of the moment. One is the specialist firm TIOBE, published his from 2001, or technology analysts RedMonk, They are studying trends adoption of programming languages ​​based on data from GitHub and Stack Overflow.

The first places in these rankings are not a big surprise, as it is a long dispute: JavaScript and Java. The rest of the list is more variable in each measurement. But in our list, These are the programming languages which are leading in 2017.

Our golden team:

Java: This is ours programming language favorite. Why? Because it takes years on the market (since 1995) and therefore it has a greater degree of maturity to others. Likewise, It is portable and operational multisystem, that is to say, what program for Windows can also be used for MacOSX and Linux. But most of all, our favoritism is given by the confidence that can offer you a product that has spent years on the market. Java comes from a programming language low level, what is C, which it was also many years in use (practically since he was born until today computing, which it is still used in some places).

Nevertheless, We also use programming languages ​​that derive from Java, as Javascript, Ruby and Scala.

JavaScript: It is a simple language, but not so easy. One of its best features is that you will not be restricted to a single style of programming. It is multi-functional paradigm, as well as dynamic types and oriented events and objects. It is also present everywhere (operating systems, mobile development, Internet servers, databases, gaming platforms, systems management hardware and DIY).

Python: It is also a platform that works on any system that integrates your interpreter. Python offers dialects like Jython, It used to write in Java and has large caliber frameworks, that develop any kind of way, as web or mobile. EXE use it mainly for to program actions that users and interactions with other systems, data database, etc.

PHP: It is a language similar to C and Java, as the primary syntax is based on Perl and, Thus, is easy to learn. It has a very good performance and efficient, because with a modest servant can serve millions of requests per day. Is a programming language open source (you have access to the source code), allowing modify it and get a run according to the needs. It also allows easy access to databases and has a very large developer community, so you can be found in many places.

CSS: We use this language to apply styles to websites. With CSS you can store style information in common files that all pages share. Thus, When a user views a webpage, the browser loads the style information along with page content. When a user prints a web page, It can provide different style information that makes the printed pages are easy to read. In general, HTML markup language used to describe the information content of the document, not their styles. Nevertheless, CSS to specify their styles, not its content.

Ruby: Is a programming language interpreted object-oriented general-purpose, multi-platform. It focuses on providing simplicity and productivity, so it has a very simple and friendly syntax. At the very powerful and versatile to create scalable code, simple and efficiently. Ruby has a very active community worldwide and growing, which has developed desktop projects, Server management, process automation, Web applications, Desktop Applications, mobile apps, robotics and more. Its versatility allows it to be implemented using the virtual machine other languages, like Java with JRuby. Or the ability to write Ruby code that will eventually become Objective-C code, therefore in a native iOS or OSX.

All these languages ​​are used to create multiuser systems with the ability to run processes or interactions that the user needs to perform. Learn more about our area of ​​engineering and how we develop customized solutions. Click here

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