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What’s the most paid language?

2/10/2018 5:41:15 PM

Daniel Batiz

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If you want a job in some Big company then C++ will be the good option but the number of job will be less in c++ whereas u will easily get the job in java

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It depends, as JS an Java has huge market demands but there are competitions also.

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Perfect !!! Thank you very much, I didn’t know that . And , how do you know that ? ; where is that information?

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Tanks luciel, And , What’s the future of the desk apps?

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I say te apps like daemon tools , photoshop, programming IDEs ?

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Thanks friend , last question; how to increase the statistics in my SoloLearn profile , I only have learner and challenger!

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JavaScript is the most pad language, however, out of the three you listed it would be Java. https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/1600/1*SvJEwDVuchjXPBulyoxuIQ.jpeg

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No problem. And, could you be more specific? Here is the best I can answer your second question: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-future-desktop-development-windows-natalie-matkovska

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Programming IDEs: http://www.eclipse.org/community/eclipse_newsletter/2016/august/article1.php Photoshop: http://appleinsider.com/articles/17/11/28/adobe-demonstrates-future-photoshop-tool-that-uses-machine-learning-to-select-image-subjects/amp/ Daemon Tools: http://forum.daemon-tools.cc/showthread.php?t=1097 Here’s the best I can give you. You can find more with a simple search but here’s the best resources. Here’s this for desktop applications as a whole: https://medium.com/@HarriSrivastav/the-future-of-desktop-applications-8970480ae372 You can find more (if this isn’t good) by just searching it up. Best of luck and if you have anymore questions, feel free to ask.

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Learner: Based on course completion. You get 100% when you complete all 12 courses. Challenger: Based on number of challenges won. You get 1% per 10 wins, so you need to win 1000 challenges to get 100%. Influencer: Based on number of followers. You get 1% per 10 followers, so you need 1000 followers to get 100%. Coder: For each code that gets 5+ likes you get 2%. Contributor: For each post that gets 5+ likes you get 2%. Here’s how to increase and the calculations.

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https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/265356/how-is-each-section-of-the-skills-pie-chart-calculated I grabbed it straight from a past Sololearn thread (since I do not have this committed to memory). You can find a lot by just searching up other questions and discussions! The other info is just general knowledge and internet search results.