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Which programming language should I learn first?

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by MoneyIsTheGod, Jan 3, 2016.

  1. MoneyIsTheGod

    MoneyIsTheGod Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    For those who ask this question, here is your answer. I don't know if it was shared before, but I just saw it. It's great.
     
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    I wonder what language you need to know, in order to understand that chart.
     
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    This is one of the more pleasant infographics I've seen in a while. Fun and informative. Well done!
     
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    Really nicely done infographic, thanks for the share OP :)
     
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    Thanks OP. Good stuff! Image saved.
     
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    Saving this. Great resource!
     
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    Image saved
    Thank's for share OP
     
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    Valuable image.
    Thanks for share!
     
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    Funny and interesting, thanks for sharing
     
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    Lol, funny pic. Especcially analogy with python..:D
     
  14. clockhouse

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    If you guys are looking to learn a programming language to freelance / work. Please checkout the job market around your area or the area you're planning on working. Some areas, like mine for example, JavaScript and PHP are in high demand, while others it's Ruby.

    If you're planning on learning for personal reasons, I recommend Ruby or Python. Both are really easy to read syntax wise, helps you learn programming patterns that can be applied to other languages, and there's tons of resources to learn from Google.
     
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    Yup, it seems like a TON of people are looking for a Ruby or Python developer in my area. There's more work than there is available employees.