The top programming Languages Beginners Should Stop Learning in 2023

Nishita Gupta
Nishita Gupta March 4, 2023
Updated 2023/03/04 at 2:13 PM

The top programming languages beginners should stop learning in 2023 as they are outdated and almost becoming extinct

Programming languages are an important means of connecting humans and machines. These languages aid in harnessing computing power in all human endeavours. Languages come in all shapes and sizes, from those that attempt to adhere to programming paradigms to those that are outright satire. Users do claim that the most recent trendy web development programming languages are the best and that older, less popular, dying programming languages are extinct. Apple has encouraged developers to use Swift, but there are still thousands of developers who know and work in Objective-C. The accumulated knowledge and time invested in developing the language do not vanish on their own.

Below is the list of top 10 programming languages beginners should stop learning in 2023:

1. CoffeeScript

CoffeeScript is a simple programming language that compiles JavaScript. It provides simple and easy-to-learn syntax while avoiding JavaScript’s complex syntax. JavaScript, Ruby, YAML, Haskell, Perl, and Python have all influenced CoffeeScript, as have MoonScript, LiveScript, and JavaScript. Jeremy Ashkenas created the CoffeeScript programming language. It was first introduced on the git on December 13, 2009, when Jeremy Ashkenas made the first CoffeeScript git commit.

2. Ruby

Ruby is a dynamic, object-oriented, and reflective programming language that is open source. Ruby is thought to be similar to the Perl and Smalltalk programming languages. It runs on all types of platforms like Windows, Mac OS and all versions of UNIX. It’s a completely object-oriented programming language. In Ruby, everything is an object. Each code has its own set of properties and actions. Variables are referred to as properties, and methods are referred to as actions.

3. VBA

VBA is an abbreviation for Visual Basic for Applications. Microsoft’s event-driven programming language, as well as Microsoft Office applications such as MSExcel, MSWord, and MSAccess. VBA allows to automation of various Excel tasks such as report generation, chart and graph preparation, calculation, and so on. This automation activity is also referred to as Macro. VBA assists in the development of customised applications and solutions to improve the capabilities of these applications.

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