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Ok every body what is the next coding language I should learn next I already know Java so pls type what I should do next

12th Jun 2024, 9:32 PM
GamerCorgiCoder
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Coding language should be what you are interested in, something that is either useful to support what you want to develop for work/professional development or just to be creative with for fun. If you have no use for the language then you won't spend much effort learning it or do anything with it. It's like spoken languages, use them or lose them! Good luck ­čĹŹ
12th Jun 2024, 9:45 PM
Rob Newman
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That could be a huge misunderstanding, though. My initial recommendation was kind of a joke. Seriously, what language you should learn sort of depends on what you want to do with programming.
12th Jun 2024, 9:37 PM
Wilbur Jaywright
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Hey thanks
12th Jun 2024, 9:46 PM
GamerCorgiCoder
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Wilbur Jaywright Fair points. Speaking of COBOL just like Java if you do learn it, expect to be paid well if you happen to be contracted to fix something in said languages (especially COBOL due to how little people know it and are currently getting into it). Remember that scarcity + demand = value. So while both may be outdated (they are and there is better options for sure) itÔÇÖs important to remember what companies need and want is what determines our livelihoods. My 2 cents.
14th Jun 2024, 5:17 PM
XÔÇöX
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Well i donÔÇÖt know any more so
12th Jun 2024, 9:38 PM
GamerCorgiCoder
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What can I use to code website
13th Jun 2024, 6:20 PM
Samuel Adjei
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Samuel Adjei make your own question post. DonÔÇÖt piggyback on someone elseÔÇÖs.
13th Jun 2024, 9:05 PM
Wilbur Jaywright
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C++ or C#
24th Jun 2024, 11:41 AM
Nisha Choudhari
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Ok
24th Jun 2024, 11:54 AM
GamerCorgiCoder
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First, unlearn Java. ItÔÇÖs useless now outside of legacy code.
12th Jun 2024, 9:35 PM
Wilbur Jaywright
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Why?
12th Jun 2024, 9:35 PM
GamerCorgiCoder
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I am still learning java so
12th Jun 2024, 9:36 PM
GamerCorgiCoder
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Well, as I understand it, Oracle kind of shut it down. ItÔÇÖs now supported through OpenJDK, but as far as I have seen, barely anyone is making new Java apps.
12th Jun 2024, 9:37 PM
Wilbur Jaywright
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Oh
12th Jun 2024, 9:37 PM
GamerCorgiCoder
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Thanks
12th Jun 2024, 9:39 PM
GamerCorgiCoder
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JAVA IS OUTDATED THOUGH BUT I WOULD SUGGEST PYTHON OR HTML
14th Jun 2024, 10:55 AM
Felix Malama
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If you already know a language, then try to use it in building some applications, you may try to learn framework like gor Java it is springboot
14th Jun 2024, 11:13 AM
sandeep vats
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For mobile app development on Android it seems Kotlin has taken over so if thatÔÇÖs the route youÔÇÖre looking into feel free to learn that, whereas previously Java was most prevalent. Or learn a quality Java framework (so you can get $$), such as Spring Boot. Also donÔÇÖt worry about people saying you knowing Java is ÔÇťdeadÔÇŁ or ÔÇťoutdatedÔÇŁ as it is still a heavily used language in the IoTs, and banking/ecommerce/government applications which have already been built and maintained in Java for a long time. In fact based on the TIOBE index and redmonk, itÔÇÖs in the top 5 most used as of 2024. Good luck ­čĹŹ ))
14th Jun 2024, 2:56 PM
XÔÇöX
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Arguing for Java because itÔÇÖs still heavily used in government applications is like arguing for COBOL or X11 for the same reason. Java is just slightly newer, so it hasnÔÇÖt started to smell yet.
14th Jun 2024, 4:31 PM
Wilbur Jaywright
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Well, fair point.
14th Jun 2024, 5:48 PM
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