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Top 10 Programming language help in making money

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Which language i should learn?

Hii friends everyone learning programming language, you will get different type of advice from different script kidies (non-programmer). Many of learn HTML (not programming language) , c, c++ and java. 
But do you really know their importance? In which market which type of language used? If your answer is no then read this full article.
I write some basic of them, with in which market that are used and finally where you can learn them.

The popular languages today are: Ruby, Python, PHP, Objective-C, CSS, JavaScript, Java, .Net, C/C++. 

Language

Popular Use
Python/Ruby/PHP 
Server-side for websites and mobile apps.
Objective-C
IPhone
HTML
Client-side for websites. Markup language for building web sites, the 'building block' of websites.   
CSS
Client-side for websites. Presentation language for HTML.
JavaScript
Client-side for websites, used to manipulate HTML/CSS. jQuery is what you need to know here.
Java/.Net
Android programming. Server-side for websites, more popular with big businesses.
C/C++
High performance (stock trading) or graphics (video games).

Which programming language should you learn to make money? The bad news is probably not just one. The good news is you don't need to learn everything about every language, just enough to accomplish your goals.
So which one of these should you pick up first? As you can see, it really depends on how you want to make money.
If you don't care how you'll make money, then my opinion would be this, in order: Python, Objective-C, JavaScript, HTML, CSS. You'll also need to get some kind of database (MySQL, MongoDB), and learn how to program with it, although that's not a big problem.
If you want to program video games or high-frequency trading apps, then C++ is probably the way for you. If you want to make websites, Python, Ruby or PHP are great, along with HTML/CSS/JS. If you want to program IPhone then Objective-C is the way.
JavaScript, HTML and CSS are used together and is used for making stuff look good in your web browser. They will always be used in conjunction with a server-side language such as Python, Ruby or PHP.
In the job market, you would not likely not be using all the languages I suggested, rather jobs are generally broken out by skills:

job Role

Skill Set
Back-end/Server-side Programmer 
Usually uses one of the following: Python, Ruby, PHP, Java or .Net. Has database knowledge. Possibly has some sysadmin knowledge.
Front-end/Client-side Programmer
HTML, CSS, JavaScript. Possibly has design skill.
Mobile Programmer
Objective-C or Java (for Android). HTML/CSS for mobile websites. Potentially has server-side knowledge.
3d Programmer/Game Programmer
C/C++, OpenGL, Animation. Possibly has good artistic skill.
High-Performance Programmer
C/C++, Java. May have background in mathematics or quantitative analysis.
Typically, there are folks who deal with the back-end and folks who deal with the front-end. These days there is a new crop of people who do mobile. Sometimes you can find people who do all of the above, but generally when you look for a job you will fill just one of those roles. 
When learning these languages, start small. Don't start by wanting to build the next Facebook, it's not going to happen. Start with small projects and find tutorials. Google 'hello world python' or 'hello world javascript' to find simple tutorials to get started. Once you can program projects for yourself and friends, then you will be ready to put a portfolio together to try to get a job, or start with some freelance work to build up that portfolio. You can definitely do it.

10 popular language for money making


Android market (app making )

1. Java




Java

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What it is: Java is a class-based, object-oriented programming(OOP) language developed by Sun Microsystems in the 1990s. It's one of the most in-demand programming languages, a standard for enterprise software, web-based content, games and mobile apps, as well as the Android operating system. Java is designed to work across multiple software platforms, meaning a program written on Mac OS X, for example, could also run on Windows.
Where to learn it: UdemyLynda.comOracle.comLearnJavaOnline.org.

2. C Language




C Language

Window and linux market (Operating system related software)

What it is: A general-purpose, imperative programming language developed in the early '70s, C is the oldest and most widely used language, providing the building blocks for other popular languages, such as C#, Java, JavaScript and Python. C is mostly used for implementing operating systems and embedded applications.
Because it provides the foundation for many other languages, it is advisable to learn C (and C++) before moving on to others.

Window software

3. C++




C Plus Plus

What it is: C++ is an intermediate-level language with object-oriented programming features, originally designed to enhance the C language. C++ powers major software like FirefoxWinampand Adobe programs. It's used to develop systems software, application software, high-performance server and client applications and video games.

Window  (microsoft tools)

4. C#




C Sharp

What it is: Pronounced "C-sharp," C# is a multi-paradigm language developed by Microsoft as part of its .NET initiative. Combining principles from C and C++, C# is a general-purpose language used to develop software for Microsoft and Windows platforms.

Apple Market

5. Objective-C




Objective-C

What it is: Objective-C is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language used by theApple operating system. It powers Apple's OS X and iOS, as well as its APIs, and can be used to create iPhone apps, which has generated a huge demand for this once-outmoded programming language.

Website and App developing 

6. PHP




PHP

What it is: PHP (Hypertext Processor) is a free, server-side scripting language designed for dynamic websites and app development. It can be directly embedded into an HTML source document rather than an external file, which has made it a popular programming language for web developers. PHP powers more than 200 million websites, including WordpressDigg andFacebook.


7. Python




Python

What it is: Python is a high-level, server-side scripting language for websites and mobile apps. It's considered a fairly easy language for beginners due to its readability and compact syntax, meaning developers can use fewer lines of code to express a concept than they would in other languages. It powers the web apps for InstagramPinterest and Rdio through its associated web framework, Django, and is used by GoogleYahoo! and NASA.

Where to learn it: UdemyCodecademyLynda.comLearnPython.orgPython.org.

8. Ruby




Ruby

What it is: A dynamic, object-oriented scripting language for developing websites and mobile apps, Ruby was designed to be simple and easy to write. It powers the Ruby on Rails (or Rails) framework, which is used on ScribdGitHubGroupon and Shopify. Like Python, Ruby is considered a fairly user-friendly language for beginners.

Where to learn it: CodecademyCode SchoolTryRuby.orgRubyMonk.

9. JavaScript




JavaScript

What it is: JavaScript is a client and server-side scripting language developed by Netscape that derives much of its syntax from C. It can be used across multiple web browsers and is considered essential for developing interactive or animated web functions. It is also used in game development and writing desktop applications. JavaScript interpreters are embedded in Google's Chrome extensions, Apple's Safari extensions, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, and Adobe's Creative Suite.
Where to learn it: CodecademyLynda.comCode SchoolTreehouseLearn-JS.org.

10. SQL




SQL


What it is: Structured Query Language (SQL) is a special-purpose language for managing data in relational database management systems. It is most commonly used for its "Query" function, which searches informational databases. SQL was standardized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in the 1980s.

Conclusion: 

You can make money with every language, the basic requirement is good hold on language and a creative mind. If you have creative mind, you can try in Android app market. Web designing is also a good idea. Everything depends on you, in which field you are best than other. Good luck

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