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September 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
September 2016
1 Python 183,520 21.65  
2 JavaScript 123,647 14.59  
3 Java 72,659 8.57  
4 C++ 53,154 6.27 up from 5
5 PHP 50,821 6.0 down from 4
6 C# 42,518 5.02 up from 7
7 Ruby 35,337 4.17 down from 6
8 Go 33,214 3.92 up from 9
9 C 28,666 3.38 up from 10
10 Haskell 28,434 3.35 down from 8
11 Rust 28,282 3.34 up from 12
12 Swift 28,182 3.33 down from 11
13 Scala 14,530 1.71  
14 Clojure 12,441 1.47 up from 15
15 Lisp 11,878 1.4 down from 14
16 Perl 10,490 1.24  
17 Elixir 8,345 0.98  
18 Erlang 5,851 0.69  
19 TypeScript 5,679 0.67 up from 26
20 Kotlin 5,666 0.67 up from 31

Outside of the top 20: Lua (5,395), Objective C (5,316), Elm (5,275), Assembly (4,354), Scheme (4,344), F# (3,948), OCaml (3,702), Julia (3,448), Visual Basic (3,312), CoffeeScript (2,405), D (2,097), Dart (2,056), Groovy (1,742), Prolog (1,693), Fortran (1,497), Crystal (1,474), Idris (1,454), Nim (1,353), Forth (1,097), Smalltalk (1,067), Haxe (1,042), Pascal (1,037), Ada (1,026), Scratch (964), COBOL (687), TCL (661), Agda (508), Wolfram (404), Pony (317), Vala (216), Hack (207), Xojo (141)

Pages scraped: 2017-09-01T18:25:27+10:00

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