The Landscape of Code

Programmers are like linguists, studying foreign languages and reaching varying degrees of fluency. Let’s traverse the coding landscape to learn more about some of the most popular programming languages used today.

Infographic provided by thesoftwareguild.com

Landscape of Code

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