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What Course Should I Learn And Master First?

Not too hard pls

6/28/2022 4:39:09 PM

Ekylytra SUS

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Hi Ekylytra SUS why do you want to learn computer programming? Knowing why you want to program or what you want to develop can help you choose what language to learn. All programming languages have their strengths and weaknesses. So it's better to have a plan and a goal. The learning paths are very challenging once you try to fully understand the languages. There is a never ending learning curve with some languages. It is easy to burnout if you aren't prepared and focused with a goal in mind.

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Go for C language. Then if u find it interesting, try exploring C++. If you don't feel ok with it, try changing the language to python. Python plays vital role in AI,ML and data science. #choose wisely. #All the best

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I think you should start with HTML

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IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR AN LANGUAGE THAT'S EZ AND HAS ANIMATION TO MAKE SIMPLE GAME . THE YOU SHOULD DO THE GAME DEVELOPMENT COURSE. WHICH CONTAINS HTML,CSS,JAVASCRIPT. AND IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A STARTER LANGUAGE YOU SHOULD TRY PYTHON.

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I think is Python for beginners first

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You can't really master anything and that should be your focused, otherwise you'll burnout. Just pick something of interest to you and start learning. Once you learn one thing, it'll be easier to learn another in relation to computer science. They're all quite interconnected.

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Then put all the languages you're thinking about in a random generator and have the computer select for you.

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Jay Matthews I'm extremely biased towards Kotlin 😂 I would eat, sleep and breathe Kotlin if it was my choice. So I can't be trusted with such a question LOL

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Start by looking at what you want to do or achieve, then finding a course which is the closest to this.

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I would recommend Python first, because I had no experience with Python and finished the Python For Beginners course in under 4 and a half weeks

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Justice, That's the problem. I am too indecisive.