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Programming language

What is the programming language that you recommend to learn (the most)?

30th Aug 2017, 7:46 PM
Ran Oz
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C# it's easier compared to c++.
30th Aug 2017, 8:06 PM
Yasar Curci
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java & c# :)
30th Aug 2017, 7:54 PM
Tim
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Python is a really horrid language, imo. lol Syntax is just crap compared to any of the C derived languages (C/C++/C#/Java). Honestly, I would recommend going with C# or Java, and then branch out based upon what your actual tasks/goals are in the short/long-term.
30th Aug 2017, 7:59 PM
AgentSmith
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if you pretty new then i suggest you to go with python. but if you have a little experience go with java.
30th Aug 2017, 7:49 PM
Cain Eviatar
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plain C anyone?
30th Aug 2017, 8:00 PM
Michael Vigato
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First: python, then Jscript followed by C++ Although C++ is also a good one to start with.
30th Aug 2017, 8:45 PM
Krafty Coder
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i dont agree that new programmer should ever learn c/c++ as his first language its way too complicated.
31st Aug 2017, 7:26 AM
Cain Eviatar
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in C you get to understand on language, meaning and memory management level everything you write, therefore I think it's a really good starting language. Learning a difficult language as your first one is not a bad thing: learning an unclear one is. For instance, I would not recommend to learn Python as first language because a lot of stuff happens "under the case"
31st Aug 2017, 7:29 AM
Michael Vigato
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@Cain Eviatar C++ was the first language that I learned, as well as many others now and before my time. We all turned out perfectly fine. The reality is that you either have a programmer's brain or you don't; if you do, none of the above is going to be a problem. However, if you dont, then it's better to baby step into it and take the "easy" route so you don't feel overwhelmed. To clarify, I'm not saying that some people shouldn't be programmers, but merely suggesting that some have to work harder or transition into it slower. For myself, I wasn't good at math, and that was something I had to work at twice as hard until I mastered it. So not in disagreement or agreement with you, but believe that a programmer will know their learning capability, and shouldn't shy away from something just because it's hard or complicated. Programming world is full of complicated moments, and one has to learn to take it head on & conquer it.
31st Aug 2017, 1:08 PM
AgentSmith
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in the end, a complicated thing is just a bunch of easy things stuck together
31st Aug 2017, 1:09 PM
Michael Vigato
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it's up to you, really. I found out that Java is really didactic
30th Aug 2017, 7:49 PM
Michael Vigato
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If you want to learn web go with html or python then css after js. for normal go for c c++ c# or java(i use c++).
31st Aug 2017, 7:24 AM
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