Developed in 1993, Ruby is a highly flexible programming language used in many large scale online applications at Twitter, Kickstarter, and other companies.
Apple's new Swift programming language is an interesting language to study and learn, plus an opportunity to watch a new language evolve.
VRML, or Virtual Reality Modeling Language, is an ancient language but still lets you create simple three-dimensional objects.
The C programming language is used often in operating systems and has influenced other languages for decades.
This language lets you modify the Skyrim game to learn game coding plus have fun adding objects and functionality to the game.
People use the Scratch language to create interactive stories, games, and animations. Includes an active community to share projects.
This language, developed in the 1960s, exists solely to introduce children to basic programming concepts and teach programming.
One of two key programming languages (Lisp is the other), FORTRAN defined many of the key ideas used in programming languages.
An ancient language from 1958 lives on and is used to solve modern problems in programming and computer science.
Go is an open source programming environment that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
A balance of flexible and inflexible qualities make Haskell a fascinating programming language to learn and use.
Lua is a comparatively simple programming language used in a wide range of places, from digital TVs to video games to phone applications. It's also designed to be simple to use and lightweight.
Named after Monty Python, this language is designed to be simple yet powerful, easy to code with lots of features.
From a simple website activity application written in the C language in 1994, the PHP programming language has evolved into a robust language optimized for web servers and web applications.