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As we code our way through 2018, let’s take a look at some programming languages that are making the greatest impact on software engineering. Vamos?
✖️ TypeScript aims to solve one of the biggest complaints of JS by introducing static typing. This means that the type of a variable must be declared by the developer as they write the code. If you are a JS enthusiast that loves to stay up to date with the changing landscape, TypeScript makes sense to dive into.
✖️Go is simply taking over the programming world. It offers many of the benefits of C/C++, but Go makes many changes to improve brevity, simplicity, and safety. The code is easy to understand but also incredibly efficient computationally. A new developer can pick it up rather quickly. It is a statically typed and compiled language that manages concurrency efficiently.
✖️Kotlin + Swift offer a better developer experience for coding mobile applications on their respective platforms. Kotlin is ranked second as the most loved programming language and this past year received official support from Google and Android Studio. Swift was developed by Apple so that iOS engineers no longer need to work with Objective-C.
✖️Rust is a systems programming language sponsored by Mozilla. It is not essential that every engineer learn it given its use cases, but if you want to do systems coding, you should check out Rust.
✖️Python is a beautiful scripting language that has evolved to support developer ecosystems in many fields. It offers Django and Flask, making it simple to build web applications and APIs. It has proven that it will be around for a long time. If you invest your time into learning it, there is no doubt that it will pay off.