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Most Comercial Programing Languages?

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by newblacky, Apr 5, 2013.

  1. newblacky

    newblacky Junior Member

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    What programing languages are going to be paid most in future? I want to start to master one language, really. I already
    have exp. with few programing languages but I never go really deep inside that language and I just lose my focus. Now I plan
    to master one language really and try to earn some money from it later.
     
  2. sentral

    sentral Newbie

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    It really depends on the application that's needed. Java is always good to know since so many devices use it. C++ is good because it's used for most commercial applications, especially games. C# is becoming more popular and the whole .NET framework. Every language is similar to each other, once you know the basics of one language it applies to all languages. Things like variables, loops, arrays, pointers, classes, are in pretty much in every language you just have to look up the syntax for them. You can't really "master" a language, you have to work on your knowledge of logic and design patterns.
     
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    davie9x Regular Member

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    I think the languages for creating bots, so still C++ and Python.
     
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    tnhomestead Regular Member

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    C++, C# and php -- but knowing MySQL or any DB language down pat is good for money.
     
  5. BlueZero

    BlueZero Power Member

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    As mentioned above. C# is in course. And SQL for databases. And maybe still Java.
    But if you want to go on web business path, then learn PHP, MySQL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript
     
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  6. beLonger

    beLonger Newbie

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    Look, it depends where you want to work:

    1 - If you are planning work as freelancer you will find lots of jobs related to PHP, because many popular CMS are built under PHP, like Wordpress.

    2 - But if you are planning work for a company many of them will work with C# and from Microsoft.

    First you need to define what is the filed you want to work, if it is for a company or as a freelancer.