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Languages I like, and Suggest for you to learn





Temena
Here are some languages I suggest you to learn. You can find them on various sites and if you need help finding a good website to learn these then simply contact me:

brainf_ck
c
c#
clojure
clojure macros
coffeescript
Common Lisp
css
dart
elisp
elixir
erlang
F#
Go
Groovy
haskell
haxe
hy
java
javascript
json
julia
LiveScript
lua
Matlab
neat
Objective-C
perl
php
pogoscript
python
R
racket
Red
ruby
Scala
Standard ML
Visual Basic
whip
xml
yaml

and there are many more. I will make another list and post it here later.
SonLight
That's a few too many for me. Maybe in 10 or 15 years I will have studied as many of those as I find interesting, and be ready for some more ...
Peterssidan
I think the first language in the list is not very useful, but it might be fun to know if you are really into computer languages.
Marcuzzo
Temena wrote:
and there are many more. I will make another list and post it here later.

Please don't.
here you can find them all: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_programming_languages
zimmer
if you want website development on your career growth then the following is a good recommendation:

PHP
HTML5
try also scripting on MYSQL


I want also to know more if i have time on PHP. I only know basic PHP.
Marcuzzo
zimmer wrote:
I want also to know more if i have time on PHP. I only know basic PHP.


same here, I've been using CodeIgniter for a while now but since the project is no longer maintained and more and more people are moving to laravel I need to start with that.
I have to admin that it is scary to start with.
myleshi
My lord, is that all? I have working in FORTRAN, C, VB, and Delphi (my current favorite). I am trying to learn Assembly a little at a time (for my own education).

I don't know how proficient someone can be in 25 languages.
Salva_JGB
I'm learning Python now. It's a interpreted general purpose language. Fast to code with it. Clean, legible and comes with batteries.

I has frameworks for web development like flask or django.
ademta
I would say that if anyone is a linux user than python might be already installed and it is easy to learn python as compared to other languages. Earlier I was onto learning PHP and mysql than I found that python is much easier to learn and can produce good result when one is creating application.
And there are great python web framework like Django https://www.djangoproject.com/which can really make things easier.
Also there are lot of python doc and guides and docs available at https://www.python.org/and https://wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide
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SlashnburnSoftwareStudio
try blending languages and editors that fit together

Visual Studio IDE for Visual Basic, C#, C++

HTML, CSS, XML, Java Script

Some of the languages above have similar syntax making it quicker to learn

7 languages above really only 5 when you get going

finish off with C++ when you have ordered your straight jacket from Amazon, you`ll need it Embarassed
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