Q. I want to learn programming, which language should I start from?

I want to learn programming, which language should I start from?


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  • webskitters001

    it mainly depends on your intent as what do you want to learn. do you want to learn web development or want to design a website or anything else? you haven’t mentioned it.
    though i’ll try to help you…
    1.if you are new in coding then you can go for python as it is as easy as learning english .it’s a simple programming language that is closely connected to website development and designing but not a good option for android-app-development .
    2.then comes java when you decide to make a android app .it’s a high level programming language though it is considered as beginner friendly language.
    3.then comes javascript which is closely related to front end development.though it’s not as easy as pythhon or java.


       

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  • ayanidson

    Depending on what you want to do, you can look at the requirements and proposals from parimatch tech https://parimatch.tech/vacancies/ where in the popular vacancies you will find something to be interested in.


       

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  • samuel22

    If you’re looking for a job or want to make mobile apps : Java
    If you want to try front-end development : Javascript


       

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  • drizztdourden123456789

    Java. Java rules the world now and it’s free. Then you should focus on some framework. Depens what kind of applications you would like to develop.


       

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  • sercandrop

    Try Object Oriented Languages, such as Java if you’re interested in getting a carrier
    Try Functional Programming Languages, such as Javascript if you’re interested in getting money quicker (freelancer etc.)

    Also python would be good for you as a first programming language


       

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  • erik

    Maybe JavaScript it’s most loose programming language I think.

    You can try with this tutorials https://www.w3schools.com/jS/default...

    But the biggest question is what you want to create websites? software?


       

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Just put it in a simpler sense that decoding something you dont understand is like being a JAVA man who is trying to improve his life with an insufficient knowledge about how things work. The scope of programming is as huge as a Python. You may hear the term Java Script but its not the letters and written words of a Java man. Definitely, bugs in programming are not the kinds who are responsible for pollination. Software is not a soft pottery in the kitchen. Ruby is not the stone. Error code. Welcome to programming languages!

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