The 15 programming languages employers really want
With the world rapidly migrating towards the Web, the demand for programmers is constantly rising across all industries.
Whether it’s writing basic HTML to querying, manipulating and managing relational databases, companies great and small need coders, whether they’re web developers or SQL specialists.
And as we all know, the ability to create clean, structures code isn’t just in high demand, it tends to pay rather well too!
But in the decade of the developer, what are the most sought after skills? We did some digging and based on the stats we found, it the top 15 look something like this:
Back in the 90s, web sites were usually based on complete HTML pages. So each page had to be reloaded from the server, eating up bandwidth and putting an additional load on a server.
Microsoft started using iframes ...
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