TIOBE Software reported no major changes to its list of the most popular programming languages this month. Python remains top of the list with 4.5%. To see which other programming languages ranked in the top 10 most used for the month of March, click here.


Python is a versatile programming language that is commonly used in backend development and data science, making it an excellent choice for programming beginners.

#2. C

C is a programming language that is commonly used in application and systems development. Its syntax resembles that of other widely used languages and this makes it very suitable for beginner developers who want to develop.

#3. C++

C++ is a programming language that is very similar to C but includes classes and objects. It is among the most suitable languages for developing games and systems.

#4. JAVA

Java is a high-level object-oriented programming language and is a good choice for developing applications and websites.

#5. C#

C# is an object- and component-oriented programming language similar to C and Java. C# allows developers to create many types of secure and reliable applications that run in .NET.


JavaScript is a programming language that is commonly used to develop applications, games, and websites as well as web servers. Although it is best known as a scripting language for web pages, many non-browser environments also use it, such as Node.js, Apache CouchDB, and Adobe Acrobat.

#7. SQL

SQL is designed specifically for database programming. This involves storing and processing information in a relational database. A relational database stores information in tabular form, with rows and columns representing the various relationships between data values.

#8. GO

Go is suitable for backend development and for working with APIs and web services. Go was originally designed for programs related to networks and infrastructure. It was intended to replace popular high-performance server-side languages such as Java and C++. Today, Go is used for a variety of applications, such as cloud applications and servers, DevOps, command line tools, and much more.


Scratch is a programming language created to teach kids the basics of programming. It is block-based, and website and serves as an educational tool, with a target audience of ages 8 to 16. Users of the website can create projects within it using a block-like interface.


Visual Basic, sometimes also called Classic Visual Basic, is a programming language with a user interface suitable for frontend and full-stack development. It is the most widely used programming language for creating Windows applications. It is easy to learn and does not require you to memorize difficult commands like other programming languages.

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