Which programming language is best for web development
Python has grown to become one of the top programming languages in the world, with more developers than ever now using it for data analysis, machine learning, DevOps, and web development. Data analysis and machine learning in particular have moved up in Python developers' priorities, according the 2018 Python Developer survey. Today, 58 percent who use Python do so for data analysis, up from 50 percent last year, overtaking web development on 52 percent. The other rapidly rising uses for Python are machine learning and DevOps. When asked what they use Python for most, web development is the leading answer, given by 27 percent of respondents, and well ahead of the 17 percent who report data analysis as the most common use. However, if machine learning, on 11 percent, and data analysis are combined under the general 'data science' label, data science becomes the most common use for Python. The results are based on a survey of just over 18,000 … [Read more...] about Python programming language’s top uses, tools: Developers reveal their choices
Wages growth for tech jobs in the US was stagnant in 2018, rising just 0.6 percent from 2017 to an average of $93,244 for the year, accord to Dice's 2019 tech salary report. Average tech wages haven't increased since 2015, when the average was actually higher than today at $93,328, according to Dice's data, and that's despite historically low levels of unemployment in the sector. However, there are a few specialized skills and roles that have seen higher than average growth, which could motivate some into making a career pivot. Dice's survey of 10,780 technology professionals finds that 68 percent would jump ship to get a higher wage, compared with 47 percent who would do it for better working conditions, like remote work and more flexible hours. As expected, the top-paying tech jobs are held by C-level execs and directors, whose average annual salary grew 3.9 percent over the year to $142,063. Salaries for software engineers grew 5.1 percent to $110,898, … [Read more...] about Best-paying programming languages, skills: Here are the top earners
So you've decided on a new career in web development, but you're unsure where's the best place to start. You could enroll yourself in a computer sciences course at a local college, but that means putting your life on hold to go back to school, and who has the time or money for that? The fact is if you want to be a programmer who's in demand, you need to be proficient in a multitude of different coding languages. The more varied your experience and knowledge, the more valuable you are to prospective employers. The problem, of course, is building and maintaining your knowledge of all the latest programming languages. Maybe you've seen ads for intensive coding boot camps, but thought that might be a bit overwhelming. You'd be much better off learning at your own pace via online courses. Android Central is here to help, with this amazing deal. You can get lifetime access to The Complete 2018 Learn to Code Bundle for just $35. This bundle includes 9 distinct courses on all the most … [Read more...] about Learn everything you need to know about web development for only $35!