What does it mean popular programming languages?

(Last Updated On: September 26, 2016)

What does it mean popular programming languages?

From my perspective, I would only use Python (for ease of use), C++ (for low latency high speed), Java (only for useful legacy software and IB interaction), Matlab (for all the above but integrates with everything).

I will be dumping all things Microsoft including .NET due to unreliable and poor performance thanks to Windows 10

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