We’re in the second quarter of the year. So, if you’re trying to make good of your new year’s resolution to code or learn something new, here are some of the easiest coding languages to pick up this year.
Python continues to be one of the most popular coding languages even in 2019. Most recently, software quality company Tiobe ranks Python as the fourth most popular (and easiest) language to learn.
Python is also one of the most flexible languages to learn and has a wide community online.
One of Python’s biggest contenders, Julia is another easy language to learn that was created to address the shortcomings of Python itself. Plus, due to its fast nature, Julia is straightforward and efficient.
What’s more, Julia can work with libraries written in languages like Python and C — so it’s a resourceful language.
Ruby on Rails
Hear us out a little, Ruby’s popularity may have gone down but not all is lost for this programming language.
Unlike Python, R is statistical coding language that’s great for web scrapping and data wrangling.
R’s great for focusing on analysis, statistics and graphical models.
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Interested in learning a programming language? UpCode Academy has several coding courses for those looking to learn to code in Python or Ruby on Rails.