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Language to learn

Discussion in 'Programming' started by hemant_mathur, Apr 15, 2006.

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  1. hemant_mathur

    hemant_mathur -- No Easter Eggs here --

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    I wanna know what computer languages should one be knowing to have a career in software. I currently know c, c++, html, flash.
     
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    First of all let me clear i am not the best guy in the forum to answer your question,but let me have my say.

    1) If you want a career in web development,then i think you should choose either Java/.NET platform and as you already know HTML,FLASH it will give you the initial boost. For web development i guess you also need to learn a pro image editing tool DreamWeaver/Phptoshop. But if you are through in Java only it will land you on a good career,no nothing is required.
    2) Also C,C++ are very good languages. If you can code serious programs then you can be easily absorbed in s/w industry. ( device drivers,socket programming etc).

    The field and scope of S/W industry is so vast that i can not describe it all. But the punch line is " for starters ,know one language properly and leave no stone untouched in that language" . I hope you got my point.

    P.S - If you are intesested to build a career in search engine optimization ask deep,if interested to foray in Linux ask brainiacs in Open Source.
     
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    thanx for the reply ..
     
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    You may follow startmenu's advice, but, it is wise to learn C/C++ first, since, it the base for most Programming Languages. You may then forage into VB,Java,etc.
     
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    Get a good command over C,C++. This will really help you. C n C++ is the base for programing.
     
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    well then i suppose its decided by majority votes ... C and C++ are very important and thats what i am gonna work on ...
     
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