There are many programming languages and almost every year a few new ones emerge. Java, C, Python, C#, PHP, Ruby and SQL are some of the best well-known. But there are also a few more exotic ones, such as TypeScript, Rust, Julia and Swift – all new languages in the past few years. Just take a look at the incomplete Wikipedia timeline of programming languages and you will be surprised.
Among all these languages, C++ plays an important role. According to the monthly comparison analysis by Gooroo Insights, a worldwide comparison shows that a C++ developer earns an average of around 90,000 US dollars.
The most important reason for this is the demand for it. According to statistics from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s leading professional organisation for software developers, C++ is the third most popular programming language worldwide. Only C and Java are more popular, but not by much.
And despite the large number of new C++ developers trained every year, it’s nowhere near enough to meet the growing demand.
Why C++ developers are so popular
As C++ developer Bjarne Stroustrup explained in an interview with Infoworld in 2014, no other language even comes close to the efficiency of C++. The code in C++ is extremely fast even for complex tasks. The language is optimised for machine-level programming on a high abstraction level. C++ plays a key role in the development of the most modern IT systems.
Our society is becoming more and more dependent year by year on an even faster working IT infrastructure. Airplanes, cars and trains use computerized control to an ever greater extent. And many companies are feverishly working to link your products via the cloud. You can hardly avoid the use of C++ to handle ever-increasing amounts of data.
Large companies with complex requirement recruit young C++ developers directly from university. They are attracted by generous starting salaries and attractive offers with hands-on training.
C++ developers from overseas
Medium-sized companies with smaller budgets often overlook this solution. They often can’t pay expensive development departments. To implement their own software projects they often need to rely on a third party software developer.
A foreign C++ developer is often especially a great solution to save money. India has not become the largest outsourcing market for C++ developers over the last two decades for no reason. The Indian IT industry employs around 3 million IT workers, and provides more than half of worldwide outsourcing software developers on the market.
outsourcing4work will help you take advantage of this enormous potential. We provide you with C++ developers at a fixed price or hourly, or on request as dedicated employees or a complete branch (light) of your own team in India. Thanks to holding a contract with a European company and our experienced project managers you will always be on the safe side.