The C language was created in 1972. C is a lower-level language that was based on an earlier language called B.
C++ was developed 11 years later in 1983. It is very similar to C, in fact, it is often considered an extension of C. It added various concepts such as classes, virtual functions, and templates.
Around the same time as C++ was being released to the public. This version was meant to be an object-oriented version of C (there’s a lot in a name, clearly).
It is a dynamically-typed, object-oriented language that is often used for scripting and web applications. It is usually used with some of its frameworks like Django or Flask on the backend.
In 1993, Ruby was released. Today, you probably heard of Ruby on Rails, which primarily is used to create the backend of web applications using Ruby.
It is famously known for its use in web applications and as the language to use to develop Android applications and Android OS.
In the same year as Java was developed, PHP was born. It is an open-source programming language developed for the purpose of creating dynamic websites.
SQL (Structured Query Language), was developed in the early 1970s at IBM by Donald D. Chamberlin and Raymond F. Boyce. SQL was one of the first commercial programming languages to use Edgar F.
At the time, computer users and manufacturers were concerned about the rising cost of programming. It was suggested that if a common business-oriented language were used.
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