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7 Wonders of the coding world

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    What do you think are the '7 wonders' of the coding world?



    Smalltalk – see Smalltalk and the Future of the Software Industry

    C++ – the biggest and most complex programming language ever created

    JavaScript – the biggest con job in programming ever created

    Go – the fastest growing programming language in history: zero to nearly top tier in less than 7 years!

    Java – replacing COBOL as the enterprise programming language; it is far, far ahead of all other
    languages in terms of popularity and job demand

    Python – how did this relatively slow scripting language manage to become so popular for
    numerical computing, machine learning, data science, IoT, web development?

    Lisp/Scheme – a homoiconic wonder with superb macro extensibility

    Honourable mentions go to:

    C – it underpins the entire IT industry (which includes Linux)

    Forth – how can such a ridiculously simple language be so capable?

    Emacs and vim – the “great” programming editors

    OOP (object-oriented programming) – this programming paradigm has ruled the IT industry for
    more than three decades and shows no sign of loosening its grip, not even in the face of FP


    Source: https://www.quora.com/What-do-you-think-are-the-7-wonders-of-the-coding-world

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    I 100% agree, Java is the most demanded programming language of nowadays. By the way, Java developers earn rather decent money, here's a very detailed report https://diceus.com/java-developer-salary/ . Even a programmer of the entry level in a 3rd word country has a good salary comparing to other professions, I think this tendency will remain actual during many many years.

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