You need to study the ideal programming language whether you want to develop a mobile application, gain programming certification, or master new abilities.

In these slides you'll discover about the most in-demand programming languages among employers in 2022.

1. Javascript

JavaScript is a high-level Web programming language. 97.8% of websites using it for client-side development.

2. Python

Python is a popular and easy-to-learn programming language. It's a popular language for Machine Learning and Deep Learning.

3. Go

Go is one of the fastest-growing programming languages due to its simplicity and ability to handle multicore, networked applications, and large codebases.

4. Java

Java is recognized for its portability across platforms, from mainframe data centers to smartphones. Today there are more than 3 billion devices running applications built with Java.

5. Kotlin

Kotlin is used for Android, web, desktop, and server-side apps. Users of Kotlin believe it's better than Java. Kotlin powers most Google apps.

6. PHP

PHP was developed in 1990. PHP is used to build more than 80% of websites, including Facebook and Yahoo.

7. C#

C# uses Microsoft Visual C++ to construct Windows, Android, and iOS apps. Bing, Dell, Visual Studio, and MarketWatch use C# for their backends.

8. Swift

Swift requires fewer coding skills compared with other programming languages, and it can be used with IBM Swift Sandbox and IBM Bluemix.

9. R

R is an open-source variant of S. R applications are used for statistical modelling, calculation, testing, visualisation, and analysis.

10. Ruby

If you want to start with a language that is known for being relatively simple to learn, consider Ruby. A web-application framework that is implemented in Ruby is Ruby on Rails (“RoR”). 

11. C and C++

C and C++ developers can use compilers for several systems, making software portable. High-performance languages C and C++.

12. Matlab

Matlab is used to construct ML and DL apps. Matlab applications provide data analysis, algorithm creation, picture processing, and research verification.

13. TypeScript

TypeScript is new to top programming language lists, but it's growing. Microsoft developed Typed JavaScript in 2012 for huge code bases.