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The Master of Science in Computer Science Online program at Northeastern University is specifically designed for students who want to move into Computer Science from another field of study.

"Our goal is to move students from diverse backgrounds and bring them to the forefront as software engineers," says Ian Gorten, PhD and director of graduate computer science programs at North Eastern University-Seattle. "We focus on different concepts in math, programming, and computer science and engineering."

Whether you are new to programming or want to hone your skills, it helps to know which languages ​​are in high demand. Here are the 10 most popular programming languages ​​of 2021 based on the number of job postings listed on the job search site.

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PYTHON:

Python is widely regarded as a programming language that is easy to learn, due to its simple syntax, a large library of standards and toolkits, and integration with other popular programming languages ​​such as C and C ++. In fact, it is the first language that students learn in an online program.

Common use:

Python is used in many applications, including artificial intelligence, financial services, and data science. Social media sites like Instagram and Pinterest are also built on Python.

JAVASCRIPT:

JavaScript is the most popular programming language for creating interactive websites. "Practically everyone is using it. When paired with Node.js, programmers can use JavaScript to create web content on the server before sending the page to a browser.

Common use:

JavaScript is widely used in website and mobile application development. Node.js allows the development of browser-based applications.

JAVA:

Java is a programming language typically associated with the development of client-server applications, used by large businesses around the world. Java is designed as a loosely integrated programming language, meaning that an application written in Java can run on any platform that supports Java.

Common use:

With business applications, Java is widely used in the Android mobile operating system.

C #:

Microsoft has developed C # as the faster and more secure type of C #. It integrates fully with Microsoft's .NET software framework, which supports the development of applications for Windows, browser plugins, and mobile devices. C # offers a shared code base, a large code library, and numerous data.

Common use:

C # is the language used to develop Microsoft and Windows applications. It can also be used for mobile devices and video game consoles.

C:

Gorton says Python and Java together form a "good foundation" for learning how to program C. As one of the first programming languages ​​to be developed to date, C has become the basis for writing more modern languages ​​such as Python, Ruby and PHP. It is also a simple language for debugging, testing and maintaining.

Common use:

Because it can run on any type of device, C is often used to program hardware, such as devices included in automobiles and medical devices used in healthcare.

C ++:

C ++ is an extension of C that works best for programming applications that run applications, as opposed to applications themselves. C ++ also works well for multi-device and multi-platform systems. Over time, programmers have written a large collection of libraries and compilers for C ++.

Common use:

There are many uses for C ++ and language is behind everything from computer games to math impressions.

GO:

Google was developed by Google to be an effective, readable and secure language for system level programming. It works well for distributed systems, in which the systems are located on different networks and need to communicate by sending messages to each other.

Common use:

Although used primarily for applications that require a lot of data processing. Companies other than Google that use Go for specific applications include Netflix, Twitch and Ober.

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R:

R is widely used in statistical analysis and machine learning applications. The language is extensible and runs on many operating systems. Many large companies have adopted R to analyze their large datasets, so programmers who know R are in high demand.

Common use:

R is mainly used in statistical software products.

SWIFT:

Swift is Apple's language for developing applications for Mac computers and Apple's mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. Like many modern programming languages, Swift has highly readable syntax, code runs fast, and can be used to develop both client side and server side.

Common use:

Swift is used for iOS and macOS applications.

PHP:

PHP is widely used for server side web development, when a website often requests information from the server. As an older language, PHP takes advantage of a large ecosystem of users who have developed frameworks, libraries, and automation tools to make programming language easier to use. Debugging PHP code is also easy.

Common use:

PHP is the code that runs content-based websites such as Facebook, WordPress, and Wikipedia.

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