Programming Language is a formal language comprising of a set of instructions and produces various kinds of output. It is widely used in computer programming.
Thousands of programming languages are created every year. As technology is improving day by the day, the demand for programming language is also increasing. Though there are a large number of programming languages, some of the programming language is still in obscure. So, how to evangelize a programming language?
Evangelize a Programming Language
These include Clojure, Dart, Haxe, Julia, Kotlin, Pharo, Rust, TypeScript, etc. However, there are some languages like Haskell (1990), Lua (1993), OCaml (1996) and Racket (1994) which are not so new.
All these programming languages are always trying to grab your attention. They try to win over you with blogs, videos, GitHub repos, Seminars, and Workshops. However, most of the programming languages have failed to make their mark.
Among all the languages, Smalltalk is somewhat easy to evangelize. Pharo is a derivative of Smalltalk. To evangelize this programming language, it published several blogs, videos, repos, tutorials, etc. Moreover, it comes with benefits like-
- The code is very simple and readable
- Since it is a derivative of Smalltalk, Pharo is an object-oriented language and thus ideal to learn OOP.
- It is quite good for every domain like back-end web, front –end domain robotics virtual reality and much more.
However, the tip to evangelize any programming language is to create a high school programming contest for it. Moreover, the preference of programming language is subjective. The taste differs from one another.