Best programming language for beginner

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  1. NomanProdhan

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    Nowadays we have lots of programming languages. Some of them for embedded system, some for app development and some for artificial intelligence. I believe that we can't study all the languages though many languages have similarity. However, I have started learning programming with C and C++ and now learning JAVA. I believe that C is a perfect language to start because if you can learn C then other languages will easy for you. However, what do you think ? Which programming language is the best for beginner ??
     
  2. Jason76

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    The new trend seems to be Python cause it's more "to the point". Does that mean simpler? Who's tried Python?
     
  3. Tick-O-Tock

    Tick-O-Tock Valued Contributor Valued Contributor

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    I say HTML, CSS.
     
  4. teamGlide

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  5. テクニカル諏訪子

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    Choose what you want to make (web app, game, desktop app, mobile app, hardware driver, etc.), then choose the language that is meant for such software, then choose a framework or library to make your life easier, and search online when you get stuck.
    This is really how I learnt all of my programming languages. ( ̄ー ̄)ゞ
     
  6. MadaraUchiha

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    Python and C++. Python if I had to choose between the two.
     
  7. Steve Jobs

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    Not a programming language.
     
  8. gamestoenjoy

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    PHP is the best to start with if you develop websites.
     
  9. Nicholas888

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    I agree that Python is a good choice. This language has become very popular over the last years. It is liked by many programmers because it has less code lines. A lot of global companies have already appreciated the technology. It has to be noted, the demand for Python developers led to the growth of their wages. Recently I've read an interesting article about it - https://diceus.com/python-developer-salary/. I hope, someone will also like it!
     
  10. Jericho

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    Second to the HTML and CSS, and maybe some JS.

    Start with the basics, nail them and move onto more advanced.
     
  11. SimiCart

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  12. saybdtz

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    Python is superb for beginner. C is too hard to get started.
     
  13. Jason76

    Jason76 Packager Staff Team

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    Of course, you could start hard, then below languages would be super-easy.
     
  14. cuongit7m

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    I'm off work if the webiste is HTML / CSS and PHP.
    Also if you want to do the system is python.
    If you want to do app should be C.
    No language is easy, only algorithms are the leading factor when programming and thinking only.
     
  15. Daljetarora

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  16. Ajay

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    In my experience, Python and Java are both relatively easy to get acquainted with.
     
  17. Azareal

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    My first language was C++, I learned it when I was like 10 lol

    The trickiest concept for me to wrap my head around was actually the concept of the stack, etc. which the tutorial didn't illustrate x.x
    Things like pointers, etc. aren't really that hard to comprehend.

    Some say that Go is an easier C, and well, it is fairly easy to learn. Although, you might already want to have some sort of programming background first, but well, you know. Nothing like living dangerously. What's the fun, if it's easy.
     
  18. edenwax

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    I mean you should learn HTML and CSS anyways, but as for actual programming langues Python/Java/Go seem like good options.
     
  19. Rmadankar

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    So you learn C,C++ which is basic language u you also familiar with java. After that, i suggest you Android Because you pick a complete and correct path for became a android developer.i also android developer trained by I am first Company which gives me excellent knowledge. so i suggest you don't break your link.
     
  20. Rmadankar

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    If you change the language then u need to start basic except c and c++.