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November 2017

Ripley ranks reddit's programming language subreddits by number of subscribers.

The languages programmers are talking about this month are:

Rank Language Subscribers % Change vs
November 2016
1 Python 194,034 21.39  
2 JavaScript 146,292 16.13  
3 Java 76,132 8.39  
4 C++ 55,510 6.12 up from 5
5 PHP 52,937 5.84 down from 4
6 C# 45,340 5.0  
7 Ruby 36,261 4.0  
8 Go 35,270 3.89 up from 9
9 C 30,204 3.33 up from 10
10 Rust 30,062 3.31 up from 12
11 Swift 29,431 3.25  
12 Haskell 29,262 3.23 down from 8
13 Scala 15,047 1.66  
14 Clojure 12,798 1.41  
15 Lisp 12,136 1.34  
16 Perl 10,641 1.17  
17 Elixir 8,807 0.97  
18 Kotlin 6,554 0.72 up from 30
19 TypeScript 6,180 0.68 up from 24
20 Erlang 5,975 0.66 down from 18

Outside of the top 20: Elm (5,575), Lua (5,509), Objective C (5,428), Assembly (4,493), Scheme (4,457), F# (4,077), OCaml (3,839), Julia (3,599), Visual Basic (3,440), CoffeeScript (2,426), Dart (2,163), D (2,140), Groovy (1,777), Prolog (1,741), Crystal (1,616), Fortran (1,560), Idris (1,525), Nim (1,450), Purescript (1,318), Forth (1,145), Smalltalk (1,104), Ada (1,073), Pascal (1,069), Haxe (1,056), Scratch (1,045), COBOL (709), TCL (664), Agda (531), Wolfram (408), Pony (363), Vala (222), Hack (209), Ceylon (173), Xojo (146)

Pages scraped: 2017-11-01T07:15:30+11:00

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