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January 2022

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

The languages programmers are talking about this month are:

# Language Subscribers % Change vs
January 2021
1 JavaScript 1,786,957 37.63  
2 Python 894,532 18.84  
3 Java 251,334 5.29  
4 C++ 204,358 4.3  
5 C# 188,589 3.97  
6 Go 166,940 3.52  
7 Rust 163,845 3.45 up from 8
8 PHP 145,460 3.06 down from 7
9 C 120,015 2.53  
10 Swift 88,483 1.86  
11 TypeScript 78,508 1.65 up from 13
12 Ruby 73,915 1.56 down from 11
13 Haskell 68,319 1.44 down from 12
14 Kotlin 57,398 1.21  
15 Scala 43,648 0.92  
16 VBA 42,570 0.9  
17 Lisp 33,606 0.71  
18 Dart 32,734 0.69 up from 19
19 Clojure 28,119 0.59 down from 18
20 R 27,145 0.57  

Outside of the top 20: Elixir (21,807), Julia (18,958), Perl (15,217), Assembly (14,336), Lua (14,049), Elm (10,455), F# (9,407), OCaml (8,941), Erlang (8,884), Scratch (8,350), Wasm (8,253), Solidity (8,122), Ada (7,830), Prolog (7,790), Visual Basic (7,383), Scheme (7,129), Racket (6,559), Objective C (6,559), Fortran (6,039), Nim (5,152), D (5,011), Zig (4,306), Crystal (4,011), Pascal (2,996), Idris (2,940), Purescript (2,843), Groovy (2,798), Forth (2,647), Reason (2,593), CoffeeScript (2,348), COBOL (2,348), Smalltalk (2,096), AppleScript (2,055), Haxe (1,807), ColdFusion (1,398), TCL (1,366), Agda (1,139), Standard ML (947), Fantom (796), Pony (673), Wolfram (590), Vala (589), Red (536), Gleam (433), Xojo (291), Oberon (264), Hack (248), Ceylon (178), Chapel (71), Ballerina (59), Concurnas (35), Opa (20), Nemerle (9)

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