There are about as many different programming languages available to computer users as there are users to take advantage of the programs written in these languages. Some of the languages are more recognizable than others, plus the programs that use them seem to be simpler, at least to some users, to navigate. Therefore, it is not unusual to hear of users finding programs with specific programming languages that they like and sticking with them.
Unfortunately, not all programming languages lend themselves to every aspect of computer usage. For example, some software and hardware may actually run better because of a different programming language.
One programming language may actually make it easier for the user to access the Internet. For those who are involved in web design, this can be an asset, as it would give more people the chance to see their work. However, again, because of fear that the program using a different programming language won’t work as well as the one with which a user is familiar, there may be a reluctance to change.
For this reason, some programming companies are actually creating websites or using other forms of communication to introduce their programming language to users and educate them. These companies are aware of the reluctance of users to move away from their comfortable programs that use PHP scripting or other programming languages, but they want them to have the benefits that other programming languages can offer.
These companies want others to learn of the benefits that they can achieve from using different programs that were written in lesser-known or even brand new programming languages. To this end, they provide ways for users to learn about the new programming languages, in the hopes they will decide to move out of their “comfort zone” and give theirs a try.