Best Programming Languages for IOS

This year presented Apple with some unusual challenges for a technology company. Unlike Google, its arch-frenemy, Apple’s corporate strategy depends on selling lots of hardware via brick-and-mortar stores—virtually all of which have been shut down at one point or another due to the pandemic. If that wasn’t enough, the company continues to compete with other tech titans, including Amazon and Facebook, for game-changing talent in arenas such as machine learning and artificial intelligence (A.I.).

With all of that in mind, it’s worth examining the skills and programming languages that Apple desires from its technologists; if you know those, you have a better-than-average chance of landing a job there. (A job as a software engineer or developer at Apple, we hasten to remind you, can also prove quite lucrative, even in comparison to what the other tech titans pay.)

In order to dig up this data, we turned to Burning Glass, which collects and analyzes job postings from across the country. By focusing on Apple’s hiring from January 2020 until now, we obtain a relatively holistic view of what the company wants with regard to technologist skills. (Also, it’s important to keep in mind that some of Apple’s super-specialized hiring, such as specific machine-learning and A.I. experts, won’t necessarily show up in public-facing job postings.)

Python

Software Engineering
C++
Software Development
Debugging
Machine Learning
Java
Project Management
MacIntosh OS
Objective C
SQL
Quality Assurance and Control
Swift (Programming Language)
Artificial Intelligence
PERL Scripting Language
Data Science
JavaScript
Apache Hadoop
Computer Engineering
Data Analysis
UNIX
Simulation
Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (OOAD)
Product Development
Data Structures
Linux
Software Architecture
Firmware
Scala
Git

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