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Stack Overflow’s annual survey asked 65,000 developers about their choices when it comes to programming languages. The report has found out the most dreaded languages that programmers hate to use.
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
Microsoft VBA holds the top position in the list of most dreaded programming languages. It is built into Office applications such as Word and Excel.
Over 30 years old programming language is built by Larry Wall. Perl is used for rapid prototyping, large scale projects and legacy systems. It is also one of the highest paying programming skills.
The language helps in development of specific computer devices or architecture to handle operations and commands. Assembly is still used to write commands for processors.
Although one of the oldest programming languages, it is not easy to work with as compared to the modern programming languages. C continues to see demand in the IT industry.
The open source programming language was used for web development and creation of interactive web pages. Companies still look for PHP talent in the developers.
The open source language is quite popular among companies working on web apps. Since its launch in 1995, Ruby has emerged as the most popular programming language.
The language dates back to 1979. Danish Computer Scientist Bjarne Stroustrup created it while he was working on the PhD thesis. C++ is the most popular programming language used today.
The language created by Sun Microsystems is still very popular among developers. It is used as a core language for many popular apps and platforms including Twitter, and Netflix.
The statistical computing language includes various tools, classification, modelling. R programming is used for data visualisation use-cases.