Asking “which is the best programming language” is like asking about the most important cooking tool in your kitchen. Mixer? Spatula? Microwave? Cooktop? Measuring cup? Egg timer? Lemon zester? All are critical, depending on what you’re making, and how you like to cook.
Last summer, IEEE Spectrum offered its take, surveying its audience and writing up the “2017 Top Programming Languages.” The top 10 languages for the typical reader:
The story’s author, Stephen Case, noted this about Python: “Python has continued its upward trajectory from last year and jumped two places to the No. 1 slot, though the top four—Python, C, Java, and C++—all remain very close in popularity. “
http://alanzeichick.com/wp-content/uploads/pythonlogo.jpg459680Alan Zeichickhttp://alanzeichick.com/wp-content/uploads/alan-zeichick-logo.pngAlan Zeichick2018-04-02 10:53:242018-04-02 10:53:24There's no one best programming language