Discussion in 'Web Development, Programming & Graphics' started by joevel600, Mar 20, 2019.
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I think the best , the powerful, and the easiest programing language is PYTHON !
The truth is: the programming language you are going to start doesn’t matter too much. What really matters is to learn the concepts of programming. These are transferrable learnings from language to language and are essential to any programming language.
I learnt Java as my first programming language. I learnt for loops, while loops, conditionals, functions, Object-oriented programming and a lot of transferrable concepts.
However, it’s preferable to choose a language that it’s easy to get a first job in the area.
Java is the most used language in the enterprise environment and for years it was the top-1 programming language according to the TIOBE index. Java is strongly and statically typed, which can turn easier to visualize some programming concepts.
As one of the most used languages, you’ll easily find Java courses and guides to help you in this journey. With Java, you can build server-side applications, Android apps and more.
For beginners Python and Java
There are some missing like GML. GML is perfect for beginners in game development.
If you are just starting out then C/C++ is best for you. You will learn A LOT, trust me. It's hard in the beginning but it's worth it
I'm a big fan of Python, and I think it is the best.
But may be it is not your best choice, please see the below photo for more information about programming languages.
Python. Python has been a growing programming language and it shows no signs of disappearing. ...
I think that the best programming language is Python. It has been growing Programming language and It shows no signs of disappearing. You will find it in web applications, desktop apps, network servers, machine learning, media tools and more.
You might find Python useful for back-end services and API's , if you are in security or Reliability Engineering. Python is based web development framework.
I am big fun of FORTRAN laguage, but I use Java also a lot.
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