Java Stays on Top of Tiobe Chart

Java Stays on Top of Tiobe Chart

Tiobe had predicted that November could be the month that C would overtake Java as the most popular programming languages, but it didn’t happen. Thanks in large part to the growing Android market, Java stayed at number one with 17.87 percent of developers saying they use the language. C was a close second with 17.32 percent of developers. Objective-C and Dart make big gains over October’s list.

The top ten programming languages on the Tiobe index for November include the following:

  1. Java
  2. C
  3. C++
  4. C#
  5. PHP
  6. Objective-C
  7. (Visual) Basic
  8. Python
  9. JavaScript
  10. Perl

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