IEEE Spectrum has printed its fourth annual rating of of high programming languages, and the R language is once more featured in the Top 10. This year R ranks at #6, down a spot from its 2016 ranking (and with an IEEE score — derived from search, social media, and job listing tendencies — tied with the #5 place-getter, C#). Many proprietary languages are broadly used, despite their proprietary nature; examples include MATLAB and VBScript Some languages might make the transition from closed to open; for example, Erlang was initially an Ericsson’s inner programming language.
Neither language lands within the high 10 based mostly on Indeed job postings or StackOverflow’s survey findings for the most-used programming languages, however Go is properly-preferred amongst developers and there are currently more than 1,600 job postings on Certainly looking for developers with Go skills.
Programming languages share properties with natural languages associated to their …