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I find myself trying to learn multiple languages at once. Is this good practice, or shud I get a thorough understanding 1 by 1

30th Nov 2016, 3:18 PM
Wayne Porter
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Learning more languages isn't great.First you have to learn a basic language like vb,etc..Then move to javascript,css,java,c, c++.You get confused if you learn all those languages at once,So learn one by one.And it is not must to go step by step too though,You can directly learn java,c++ and all but you should at least know basics of some language easier to understand them easily.You can choose one main language and concentrate on it
30th Nov 2016, 4:33 PM
Sree Harshan
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Definitely true! One by one step by step. ūüôÉ
30th Nov 2016, 4:36 PM
axel vincent
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Maybe it's a good idea 1 by 1 as first learning of these programming languages here in courses. But after, when learning by writing your codes you can learning by rotate in them. And when learnig in making own projects you can mixed them. Because in projects usually uses more languages together. For example HTML+ CSS + Javascript PHP+ HTML+ SQL Or made several projects side by side in different languages.
30th Nov 2016, 4:37 PM
Petr Hatina
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Awesome, thanks for the speedy replies guys, I'll def slow down & work with one at a time
30th Nov 2016, 8:10 PM
Wayne Porter
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