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Learning Multiple Languages

What if you want to learn as many coding languages as your mind can bear? Is there a certain order, of learning them, that would make syntax/terminology, from one language to the next, easier to grasp/understand?

30th Apr 2018, 4:31 PM
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When you have learnt C++ and python,learning and grasping other programming language become easier for you. But you should do carry on your beginning programming languages by coding .
30th Apr 2018, 5:08 PM
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For website development: HTML then CSS then JavaScript and PHP After that you can go on and explore all the different (JS) frameworks like bootstrap, jquery, nodejs and so on back-end programming: please start with just one turing complete language. There is absolutly NO NEED to learn multiple at once. Focus on learning one and concepts like design patterns, testing, clean code. I say that because any language and it's frameworks can get the job done, as long as it is turing complete. Any regular most used language will be, so start with a language like Java, C, C++, python and so on. You will be able to learn other languages faster than you can imagine when you already understand one fully. Why would you learn another language? Just when the requirements or prefered language for an program or assignment wants you to do so. For mobile app development i would just recommend use the language for the platform you need. Andriod for andriod (or something like java) and swift or objective c for apple. Hope this helps! :)
30th Apr 2018, 4:53 PM
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Thank you for the answers!Programming has become a passion for me, so I want to spend the rest of my life getting to know coding in ALL of its languages, even if I only use one or two for future projects/hobbies/employment.
30th Apr 2018, 8:06 PM
Marcos - avatar