rahel Najmalddin Abdalla

Rahel Najmalddin AbdallaOccupation: Developer, Program Languages Nationality: Kurdistan/Iraq Date of birth: 1991-05-28 Address: As Sulaymaniyah,Salm, 46000 Email: [email protected] Link: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/rahel-najmalddin-abdalla-82982// Objective //I work as Website Developer, i also work at bug bounty and finding mistakes in websites, and iam You tuber i have a you tube channel called {Ferkary Technology} where i post Technological tutorials in it, i have nine years experience in those fields, i know some program languages such as {java,HTML,CSS,python} i also have good knowledge at raspberry pi, i received many satisfactions in technology as i participated in many local and foreign courseRefinementThe increased use of high-level languages introduced a requirement for low-level programming languages or system programming languages. These languages, to varying degrees, provide facilities between assembly languages and high-level languages. They can be used to perform tasks that require direct access to hardware facilities but still provide higher-level control structures and error-checking.The period from the 1960s to the late 1970s brought the development of the major language paradigms now in use:APL introduced array programming and influenced functional programming.[36] ALGOL refined both structured procedural programming and the discipline of language specification; the "Revised Report on the Algorithmic Language ALGOL 60" became a model for how later language specifications were written. Lisp, implemented in 1958, was the first dynamically typed functional programming language. In the 1960s, Simula was the first language designed to support object-oriented programming; in the mid-1970s, Smalltalk followed with the first "purely" object-oriented language. C was developed between 1969 and 1973 as a system programming language for the Unix operating system and remains popular.[37] Prolog, designed in 1972, was the first logic programming language. In 1978, ML built a polymorphic type system on top of Lisp, pioneering statically typed functional programming languages.Each of these languages spawned descendants, and most modern programming languages count at least one of them in their ancestry.The 1960s and 1970s also saw considerable debate over the merits of structured programming, and whether programming languages should be designed to support it.[38] Edsger Dijkstra, in a famous 1968 letter published in the Communications of the ACM, argued that Goto statements should be eliminated from all "higher level" programming languagesMeasuring language usage Main article: Measuring programming language popularityDetermining which is the most widely used programming language is difficult since the definition of usage varies by context. One language may occupy the greater number of programmer hours, a different one has more lines of code, and a third may consume the most CPU time. Some languages are very popular for particular kinds of applications. For example, COBOL is still strong in the corporate data center, often on large mainframes;[68][69] Fortran in scientific and engineering applications; Ada in aerospace, transportation, military, real-time and embedded applications; and C in embedded applications and operating systems. Other languages are regularly used to write many different kinds of applications.Various methods of measuring language popularity, each subject to a different bias over what is measured, have been proposed:counting the number of job advertisements that mention the language[70] the number of books sold that teach or describe the language[71] estimates of the number of existing lines of code written in the language – which may underestimate languages not often found in public searches[72] counts of language references (i.e., to the name of the language) found using a web search engine.Combining and averaging information from various internet sites, stackify.com reported the ten most popular programming languages as (in descending order by overall popularity): Java, C, C++, Python, C#, JavaScript, VB .NET, R, PHP, and MATLAB.[73]// Education //_ Technology _ Sulaimani Polytechnic University As Sulaymaniyah, 2016-01 - 2020-09// Languages //• Kurdish, English, Arabic, Indonesia , Advanced

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