O’Reilly survey reveals–increasing interest in Go, Rust, Ruby, and Dart

With so many programming languages ​​used, both professional developers and aspiring developers have a hard time deciding which language to work on. The hardest part is learning and learning a particular language that will shape your career. Technology education company O’Reilly introduced a language of great interest among developers in a recently released report. O’Reilly analyzed data from its online learning, publishing partners, learning modes, live online training courses, and virtual events for this report, Where Programming, Ops, AI, and the Cloud are Headed in 2021. .. Of all the languages, the most popular language to learn was Python, with interest in 2020 increasing 27% year-on-year. Python is also popular in the field of machine learning (ML). The use of the language’s ML library “scikit-learn” increased by 11%, and the use of the ML framework “PyTorch” used for deep learning expanded significantly to an increase of 159%. O’Reilly’s research reveals growing interest in other languages. In particular, the use of “JavaScript” increased by 40% in 2020, “C” increased by 12%, and “C ++” increased by 10%. Languages ​​with low usage but growing interest include “Go,” “Rust,” “Ruby,” and “Dart.” (You can read more at Tech Republic Japan)