Which are the best programming languages to learn in 2021 in terms of their popularity or salary of the developers using them? In fact there are really popular programming languages like Ruby, Matlab, JavaScript (NodeJS), C and C++, but they are not as well paid, easy to learn or widespread as some of the following.

There is no doubt that Python is one of the most popular programming languages. It is said that it is easy for beginners to learn because of its readability. It is an open-source programming language with  community development and extensive support modules. It also has easy integration with web services, user-friendly data structures, and GUI-based desktop applications.

Python is used to develop 2D imaging and 3D animation packages like Blender, Inkscape, and Autodesk. It is also commonly used for machine learning and deep learning applications.

Java keeps its place among the most popular and used programming languages of all time. It is an object-oriented programming language and is a practical choice for developing apps regardless of the platform. It has a good level of security and it is easy to manage.

Kotlin is a general-purpose programming language with type inference. Since it was announced, Kotlin offers features that developers ask for. It is designed to be completely interoperable with Java. Kotlin combines object-oriented and functional programming features.

Go is a fairly new system-level programming language that blends the best aspects of functional programming and object-oriented styles. It is meant to replace languages like Java and C++. Go is the fastest-growing language on Github.

Swift, developed by Apple, as a general-purpose compiled programming language replaced Objective-C as the primary language for iOS applications. It offers developers a simple syntax. Influenced by Python and Ruby, Swift is secure and easy-to-learn.

C# became famous for supporting the concepts of object-oriented programming in the 2000s. Developed by Microsoft, it is one of the most powerful programming languages for the .NET framework. It is best suited for Windows, Android, and iOS applications. C# is used on the back end of several popular websites like Bing, Dell, Visual Studio, and MarketWatch.

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