Take Your Team to the Next Level: Programming Languages Used by Top Companies
Let’s take a look at two of the most common programming languages used by top companies, and why investing in corporate training is so valuable.
Momentum recognizes the importance of successful digital transformation for businesses today, and at the same time understands how difficult the process can be. We’re here to help ease the transition. Momentum is partnering with companies to upskill employees and provide them with valuable IT skills that can increase efficiency across the entire organization.
To help your business level up, here are two of the most popular software languages being used by top organizations to make their teams more efficient. Here’s why your team should be using them too.
If you’re considering upskilling your employees in coding, there are a number of advantages to choosing Python. First, Python is an open-source coding language, which means it is free for anyone to use. As a result, there is a robust selection of existing libraries for almost any need you may encounter. It also reads like the English language, making it easier to understand for beginners.
Both Instagram and Uber use Python on the back-end of their web applications. According to Instagram Engineering, “Instagram currently features the world’s largest deployment of the Django web framework, which is written entirely in Python.” Instagram employs Python to operate at a massive scale for its 800 million monthly active users.
Uber also uses Python on a large scale, with Python and Node.js being the two main languages that power the majority of the services at Uber. Some services you may recognize include the Ride Request feature in the Uber app, surge pricing, arrival estimates and other calculations.
If your business is looking to take your team to the next level, Momentum can help. Momentum can provide a custom program to meet your upskilling needs in these languages and more. If you are interested in learning more about corporate training for your team, contact us today!
Co-authored by Anna Blythe