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April 2020

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

The languages programmers are talking about this month are:

# Language Subscribers % Change vs
April 2019
1 JavaScript 875,932 31.2  
2 Python 535,496 19.08  
3 Java 178,601 6.36  
4 C# 137,682 4.9  
5 C++ 128,920 4.59 up from 6
6 PHP 117,994 4.2 down from 5
7 Go 107,507 3.83  
8 Rust 95,130 3.39  
9 C 77,465 2.76 up from 10
10 Ruby 64,181 2.29 down from 9
11 Swift 60,059 2.14  
12 Haskell 53,790 1.92  
13 TypeScript 36,708 1.31 up from 17
14 Scala 32,277 1.15 down from 13
15 Kotlin 29,283 1.04  
16 Lisp 27,236 0.97  
17 VBA 25,513 0.91 up from 21
18 Clojure 21,326 0.76 down from 14
19 R 18,013 0.64 down from 18
20 Elixir 16,064 0.57 down from 19

Outside of the top 20: Dart (13,967), Perl (13,385), Elm (9,238), Lua (9,207), Assembly (9,148), Julia (9,117), Erlang (7,888), F# (7,171), OCaml (7,020), Objective C (6,319), Scheme (6,089), Visual Basic (5,855), Racket (4,635), Prolog (4,079), Wasm (3,910), Scratch (3,553), Fortran (3,482), Ada (3,335), D (3,216), Crystal (3,141), Nim (3,140), Idris (2,445), CoffeeScript (2,389), Groovy (2,347), Purescript (2,286), Reason (2,269), Pascal (1,976), Solidity (1,802), Forth (1,780), Smalltalk (1,704), Haxe (1,435), AppleScript (1,366), COBOL (1,310), Zig (1,233), ColdFusion (1,167), TCL (980), Agda (898), Standard ML (670), Pony (635), Wolfram (504), Red (477), Vala (418), Oberon (239), Hack (234), Xojo (211), Ceylon (175), Chapel (63), Fantom (59), Ballerina (21), Opa (17), Nemerle (8)

Pages scraped: 2020-04-02T00:30:53+11:00

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