Java and JavaScript the most used programming languages, but Azure is giving way to Google, says survey

Nicholas Fearn
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Coders are mostly developing for the web and mobile, with desktop apps taking a backseat
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Coders are mostly developing for the web and mobile, with desktop apps taking a backseat

The report shines a light on the biggest development trends of 2019

Java and JavaScript remain the most popular programming languages used by coders, according to a new survey by JetBrains. In its latest State of Developer Ecosystem report, the software developm...

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