Top 10 Computer Programming Languages to Skyrocket Your Career – Part 2 of 2

Posted on Thursday, November 17th, 2016

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The incorporation of technology in businesses is growing at a remarkable pace, which explains the increasing demand of coders across the IT industry. If you have an in-depth understanding of any of the in-demand coding languages, you are in for a thriving career. Whether you are already working as an IT professional or starting your career as a coder, learning top programming languages offers you a competitive edge. Continuing our 2 part series on the top programming languages, here are next top five options that deserve a spot on your  skill matrix.

6. SQL

SQL is considered one of the top programming languages today. Many conglomerates as well as startups make extensive use of SQL and its various database technologies, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL and Microsoft SQL Server to align their processes. Android smartphones and iPhones leverage SQL database (SQLite), to run various mobile apps, such as Skype, and DropBox. Lastly, an SQL expert can expect a salary packages of $80,000 or more.

7. Swift

Launched in 2014 by Apple Inc., Swift is an integrated programming language used for iOS, macOS, tvOs, watchOS and Linux. The language works efficiently with Apple’s Cocoa, Cocoa Touch Frameworks, and major part of Objective-C (ObjC) code. Swift is developed using LLVM compiler framework of the Xcode6, enabling C++, ObjC, and Swift code to execute within one program. Demand for coders proficient in Swift is increasing by every passing day. Moreover, its affiliation with Apple Inc. implies that a programmer is in a position to easily quote for six figure salaries or more.

8. Javascript

JavaScript (not to be confused with Java) is one of the most popular programming languages, and is used to create interactive webpages. JavaScript is used to display pop-up messages, manage different web pages, or develop games with basic functionalities. The language is an integral part of top browsers, such as Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari. Recently, JavaScript has also been used as the foundation for Node.js, a server technology used to facilitate real-time communications. Becoming proficient in Javascript may fetch you a salary of  $90,000 and more.

9. HTML

HTML elements are usually regarded as a building block for web pages. By incorporating HTML constructs, images, and other interactive forms, web developers can effectively create structured documents featuring text semantics, such as paragraphs, headings, links, lists, and quotes. While HTML elements are written using angle brackets, people use tags to delineate them. An HTML expert can withdraw a salary packages ranging from $48,000 to $65,000.

10. CSS

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), as the name suggests is a style sheet language, which developers use for document presentation. CSS could be easily integrated with any XML document such as SVG, plain XML, and XUL, to enable speech or other media tools. The language is primarily developed to separate the content from the presentation in a document, along with several HTML pages to share the formatting using a .css file. Demand for CSS developers and programmers is always on rise and if you are one of the CSS skilled expert, you may expect a salary package ranging from $52,000 to $78,000.

Last Few Words

Achieving proficiency in top computer programming languages can increase your employability manifold. That said, due to the busy lifestyle of  techies and students, it can become difficult to attend classroom programs on a regular basis. Thankfully, at Unanth you can easily learn html and css online in addition to other leading programming languages. Unanth provides a next generation platform that helps tutors create and publish courses, and students get easy access to high quality learning experience, without having to run from pillar to post. To learn more about our online courses, send an email to info@unanth.com. To access our tutorial database, click here.

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