Which coding languages are in highest demand?

Trends in coding languages come and go. Our course starts with Ruby so students can establish the basics but by the end of the course they are language agnostic meaning they are able to pick up any language necessary to solve a problem. 

80% of Makers students do not work in Ruby in their first job after Makers which shows that you that not having specialised in a specific language will not be a problem - in fact, its an advantage as you can apply for a wider range of roles. 

With demand for Devs growing an average of 20% every year, and the supply of devs flat-lining at 1% YoY, the reality is that if you’re a good programmer, you’ll always be in demand.