1. Understand Your Project Requirements
- : Is it a web application, mobile app, desktop software, game, or something else?
- : Do you need high-performance computing or real-time processing?
- : Will your project need to scale to accommodate a growing user base?
- : What programming languages and technologies does your team already know?
- : Is there a strong developer community and ample documentation for the language you choose?
- : Consider budget constraints and project deadlines.
2. Identify the Key Language Attributes
- : Is the language statically typed (e.g., Java) or dynamically typed (e.g., Python)?
- : Does the language follow a specific programming paradigm, such as object-oriented (e.g., C++) or functional (e.g., Haskell)?
- : What libraries, frameworks, and tools are available for the language?
- : Is the language suitable for the target platform (e.g., Windows, Linux, iOS, Android)?
- : Is there an active developer community that can provide support and resources?