Paradigm is a school of thought or model that has distinct features, frameworks, patterns, and style which help you solve a particular problem. Paradigms are used in all fields such as psychology, sociology, etymology, computer science and so on. In the field of computer science, new programming languages emerge from existing languages and add, remove and combine features in a new way. The languages may follow a particular paradigm or can be a combination of many paradigms. Did you know that there are 256 programming languages? It is evident that each of them has evolved from the other with an amalgamation of various programming paradigms.
The field of web development has become a hotspot in recent years. With websites gaining more and more traction, organizations have realized that to capture more leads they need to have a strong online presence. As a result, they seek out talented people who can make use of the latest technologies to design and develop the best looking and best-performing web applications for them.
With the rapid change in technology, the world is becoming more and more information-driven. By a gauge, around 90% of the world’s database has been created over the past two years alone. In addition, 80% of the information is unstructured and accessible in a greatly varying structure making the process of its analysis next to impossible.