Cutting-edge programming languages/experiments worth learning

by Doug Sparling

6 Hot Programming Languages To Add To Your Tool Kit (Jan 27, 2016)

  • Swift
  • Go
  • R
  • TypeScript
  • Groovy
  • Rust

7 New Programming Languages To Learn in 2016 (Jan 1, 2016)

  • Google Go
  • Swift
  • Hack
  • Rust
  • Julia
  • Scala
  • Dart

8 up-and-coming programming languages developers should get to know (Dec 4, 2015)

  • Google Go
  • Swift
  • Hack
  • Rust
  • Julia
  • Dart
  • Erlang
  • Scala

13 programming languages defining the future of coding (Nov 5, 2015)

  • R
  • Java 8
  • Swift
  • Go
  • CoffeeScript
  • D
  • Less.js
  • MATTLAB
  • Arduino
  • CUDA
  • Scala
  • Haskell
  • Jolt

3 New Programming Languages You Should Know (May 12, 2015)

  • Go
  • Rust
  • Swift

9 cutting-edge programming languages worth learning now (Nov 3, 2014)

  • Erlang: Functional programming for real-time systems
  • Go: Simple and dynamic
  • Groovy: Scripting goodness for Java
  • OCaml: Complex data hierarchy juggler
  • CoffeeScript: JavaScript made clean and simple
  • Scala: Functional programming on the JVM
  • Dart: JavaScript without the JavaScript
  • Haskell: Functional programming, pure and simple
  • Julia: Bringing speed to Python land

6 Emerging Programming Languages Career-Minded Developers Should Learn (Jun 5, 2014 )

  • Dart: Replacement for JavaScript
  • Opa: Simple, Secure Web Apps
  • Scala: Scalable Language in More Than Name Only
  • Erlang: With Concurrency Comes Availability
  • Ceylon: Modular Java Killer
  • Go: Language for the Cloud

7 cutting-edge programming experiments worth trying  (Sep 16, 2013)

  • Cutting-edge experiment No. 1: Erlang for clean concurrency
  • Cutting-edge experiment No. 2: The Node.js Web stack
  • Cutting-edge experiment No. 3: HTML5 Web and mobile apps
  • Cutting-edge experiment No. 4: Chewing up data with R
  • Cutting-edge experiment No. 5: Tapping the speed of NoSQL
  • Cutting-edge experiment No. 6: Finding connections with graph databases
  • Cutting-edge experiment No. 7: Simplifying structure with Go