BELOW TABLE SHOWS THE RANKS FROM TOP MOST CHOICE:
It also makes sense given that Python is relatively easy to learn, at least compared to other popular languages. What’s more, the tech industry at the moment is focused on machine learning and data science, disciplines for which Python is particularly well suited, thanks to its many popular frameworks like Caffe, sci-kit-learn, and TensorFlow. According to IEEE Spectrum, no new programming languages have entered the top ten for the past two years. Go and Swift are the relative newcomers there. Given Google’s embrace of Kotlin as a first-class language for Android development, it wouldn’t be at all surprising to see its popularity rise over the next few years.