Microsoft Coding Languages Continue to be Popular
Working in Microsoft programming languages puts you in good company, according to an organization that tracks such things.
In the last year, C# overtook C++ as the third-most popular language in use right now, says the TIOBE Programming Community Index, and other Microsoft-created languages are either holding steady or gaining in popularity. The index, which is generated monthly, shows Java and C holding steady in the top two spots, as they have for years. Tiobe calls itself a company that specializes in assessing and tracking software.
Visual Basic has held steady in seventh place over the past year, while VB.NET has seen a jump from 22nd place overall to 16th place in the same timeframe. The Top 10:
Posted by Keith Ward on 03/16/2012 at 7:54 AM