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Alternatives to learning new languages such as sql, php for server use.

Im struggling with web development. how do you develop an advanced html5(including CSS, js) website, while learning how to operate a smooth server? I'm not loving php or sql. So what shoulder I do? I prefer till install little to no software, currently running win 7, Vista, android 4.0+, and I also have a few Linux distro's for my laptop but they switch off my network adapter.

3rd Dec 2016, 6:31 PM
Vincent Kordiak
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well what are you doing partner? lol
3rd Dec 2016, 8:13 PM
Vincent Kordiak
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Not sure what you mean here, but you can't just replace a language, yes there are alternatives, but you can't just find a language that replaces everything the other one is going to do.
3rd Dec 2016, 8:04 PM
Ash Ketchum
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Apologies. I do not intend to replace any language with another I'm looking for an alternative way from learning a new language for hosting my own server, or learning new languages for different projects. Universal programming in a sense.
3rd Dec 2016, 8:11 PM
Vincent Kordiak
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You could find a partner that has experience with the languages, not the answer you're looking for, but just trying to help ^^
3rd Dec 2016, 8:12 PM
Ash Ketchum
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I'm learning C++, I'll be of no use to you sadly 😢
3rd Dec 2016, 8:14 PM
Ash Ketchum
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I started learning java disliked it, learned basics on c++ and now I haven't written a line in a while lol. Now I have spent recent days drawing, and learning html, CSS, js. However now the syntax is really getting confusing when looking into Php, or sql. Also I believe C++ can be used for creating a server database.
3rd Dec 2016, 8:19 PM
Vincent Kordiak
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