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September 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
September 2017
1 JavaScript 370307 26.21 up from 2
2 Python 269338 19.06 down from 1
3 Java 97537 6.9  
4 PHP 76328 5.4 up from 5
5 C# 71792 5.08 up from 6
6 C++ 68646 4.86 down from 4
7 Go 52557 3.72 up from 8
8 Ruby 44764 3.17 down from 7
9 Rust 41945 2.97 up from 11
10 C 38766 2.74 down from 9
11 Swift 37769 2.67 up from 12
12 Haskell 34519 2.44 down from 10
13 Scala 18433 1.3  
14 Clojure 14592 1.03  
15 Lisp 13737 0.97  
16 Kotlin 11655 0.82 up from 20
17 Perl 11472 0.81 down from 16
18 Elixir 10989 0.78 down from 17
19 R 10706 0.76 New
20 TypeScript 9586 0.68 down from 19

Outside of the top 20: VBA (9468), Elm (6746), Erlang (6561), Lua (6351), Objective C (5789), Assembly (5122), Scheme (4901), F# (4887), Julia (4865), OCaml (4665), Visual Basic (4096), Dart (3497), Racket (3160), CoffeeScript (2426), D (2339), Crystal (2274), Prolog (2004), Groovy (1969), Ada (1948), Idris (1885), Fortran (1828), Nim (1826), Purescript (1677), Wasm (1514), Scratch (1499), Forth (1351), Pascal (1279), Smalltalk (1258), Solidity (1219), Reason (1184), Haxe (1151), ColdFusion (972), AppleScript (941), COBOL (888), TCL (756), Agda (619), Pony (530), Standard ML (485), Wolfram (427), Vala (275), Hack (215), Ceylon (169), Xojo (169), Monkey (69), Chapel (39), Opa (16)

Pages scraped: 2018-09-01T09:15:03+10:00

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