Nowadays, everything that surrounds us is about the great inventions that happen almost every day. 

The computer is known as the most significant invention, and scientists have gained it as their most preferred toy, and they are playing it very reasonably. 

As the most sophisticated invention, the computer only understands instructions that are written in a specific syntactic form that is called a programming language.

 Just imagine how many pieces of hardware and software are there that need to communicate with each other. It takes time and dedication for a programmer to “speak and understand” programming languages. 

The creation of programming languages was a revolutionary step that took the field, the way we connected to the world, to a whole another level. 

The difference between other languages and programming languages in terms of the use of keywords is limited. Only when a developer combines these keywords can he/she create different types of programs.

A developer can make the computer draw complex shapes and excellent computer graphics along with programming and coding. By coding and programming, a developer can create and send content worldwide, matching the client’s preferences to their website by meeting their style.

Not to mention that with code and programming, a developer can create intelligent home applications and way too much art that can be covered with computer engineering and computer science.

What are the top 10 demanded programming languages? 

1. Python

Python (pronounced ˈpīˌTHän), was created by Guido Van Rossum. This programming language’s design philosophy emphasizes code readability with its notable use of significant whitespace.

Python is known as a high-level and general-purpose programming language. It helps programmers to write clear, logical code for both small and large-scale projects.

As a programming language, Python is described as a “batteries included” language due to its comprehensive standard library.

2. SQL 

SQL (pronounced “ess – que – el”) stands for Structured Query Language. This language is used to communicate with a database.  

How does it function? SQL updates data on a database or recoup data from a database. 

The top database management systems that use SQL are Oracle, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server, Access, Ingres, etc.

Everything that someone needs to do with a database, the SQL language has the standard commands required to be used, such as Select, Insert, Update, Delete, Create, and Drop.

3. Java

JAVA (pronounced “jäʹ-və”) is a cross-platform programming language. Sun Microsystems developed it (a leading company in computers used as Web servers, usually called Sun.) 

Java is known as a high-level programming language for creating web applications. 

Java programs are multiplatform, which means that they can run on different platforms, and it is known as an object-oriented programming language.


HTML (pronounced “aitch-tee-em-ell”) stands for Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is a language that is used to create web pages. Sparing its name in two “Hypertext” refers to the hyperlinks that an HTML page may contain. And the “Markup Language” refers to the way tags are used to define the page layout and elements within the page.

5. XML

XML (pronounced “ˌeks em ˈel”) stands for Extensible Markup Language. XML is a system that is used for marking the structure of text on a computer. The simplest example is when creating website pages while using XML, we can develop formats and electronically share structured data through the public internet.

6. C

C (pronounced “si”) stands for Combined Programming Language. Regarding the earlier version of UNIX that Ken Thompson wrote was in a language called B. It was, in turn, a simplified version of a language called BCPL – Basic Combined Programming Language.

After Dennis Ritchie joined the team, he developed a better language than B, which will be used as a successor of B, and they named it C. 

C is a high-level programming language for developing firmware or portable applications. 

7. C++

C++ (pronounced “siːˌplʌsˈplʌs”) C++ stands, or it means Increment C by 1. As C++ originally was called C with classes, we understand that it was built as an extension of the C language. 

C++ is another high-level programming language for graphical applications. 

The control C++ gives the user over system resources, enabling a skilled coder to write a quick and way more powerful program than a similar program written in another programming language.

8. C#

C# (pronounced see sharp) was designed to work with Microsoft’s .Net platform. It is an object-oriented programming language that focuses on combining the computing power of C++ with the programming ease of Visual Basic. 

Keeping in mind that programmers can build an existing code rather than duplicating it, the C# Language is expected to make it faster and less expensive to get new products and services to the market.

9. JavaScript

JavaScript (pronounced “ˈjävəskript”) was developed by Netscape to add dynamics and interactive elements to websites. 

JavaScript is a programming language used in web development, a client-side scripting language that can produce an error message before any information is transmitted to the server. The functions of JavaScript can run after a web page has been loaded without communicating with the server. 

10. PHP

Rasmus Lerdorf created PHP (pronounced pi-eitch-pi). It initially stands for Personal Home Page; after some time, it changed to Hypertext Pre-processor.

PHP is known as a general-purpose scripting language suitable for web development. It is used to develop Static websites or Dynamic websites or Web applications.  

PHP scripts can only be interpreted on a server that has PHP installed. The client computers accessing the PHP scripts only require a web browser.

Being a developer must be the most reliable connection between the task and the executer. It requires a lot of concentration, a lot of effort, and a lot of your time. 

Time is money, so start creating yourself a profession that gives you back your time. Being a developer is one of those job positions that gives you back your time and money.