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November 2018

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

The languages programmers are talking about this month are:

# Language Subscribers % Change vs
November 2017
1 JavaScript 429259 27.91 up from 2
2 Python 287818 18.72 down from 1
3 Java 103248 6.71  
4 PHP 82009 5.33 up from 5
5 C# 78795 5.12 up from 6
6 C++ 72405 4.71 down from 4
7 Go 57056 3.71 up from 8
8 Ruby 46864 3.05 down from 7
9 Rust 44976 2.92 up from 10
10 C 40781 2.65 down from 9
11 Swift 39595 2.57  
12 Haskell 35750 2.32  
13 Scala 19191 1.25  
14 Clojure 14994 0.98  
15 Lisp 14213 0.92  
16 Kotlin 12842 0.84 up from 18
17 Perl 11697 0.76 down from 16
18 Elixir 11414 0.74 down from 17
19 R 11411 0.74 New
20 TypeScript 10794 0.7 down from 19

Outside of the top 20: VBA (10198), Elm (7006), Erlang (6714), Lua (6550), Objective C (5913), Julia (5357), Assembly (5304), F# (5064), Scheme (5040), OCaml (4936), Visual Basic (4275), Dart (3903), Racket (3306), CoffeeScript (2428), Crystal (2379), D (2358), Prolog (2083), Nim (2030), Groovy (2017), Ada (1995), Idris (1973), Fortran (1904), Purescript (1751), Wasm (1703), Scratch (1613), Forth (1385), Pascal (1341), Reason (1339), Solidity (1326), Smalltalk (1294), Haxe (1174), ColdFusion (1002), AppleScript (992), COBOL (917), TCL (776), Agda (640), Pony (537), Standard ML (496), Wolfram (435), Vala (295), Hack (219), Oberon (193), Ceylon (171), Xojo (168), Monkey (72), Chapel (46), Fantom (31), Opa (17), Nemerle (8), Ballerina (8)

Pages scraped: 2018-11-01T14:23:31+11:00

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