The survey also found that some programming languages are popular among developers, but not among employers.
For example, 45.1 percent said they would code in C, while only 15.4 percent said companies needed C development.
Similarly, 47 percent liked C Plus Plus, but less than 27 percent of companies preferred C Plus Plus developers.
Similarly, 57 percent of developers coded Python, while 47 percent of companies said there was a demand for Python developers.
Ad Barrel, co-founder of Code in Game, says it’s common for marketers and programmers to differ in language trending.
As the topic of trending language is not an end in itself, the discussion about its trending will continue, he says.