When I was a kid, I always felt like there was a lack of a “good” programming language.
I remember being frustrated when my friends used Ruby or Python to write some simple programs and when I couldn’t get a program to compile.
I felt like a bad programmer because I was learning so little, and that was a problem.
When I started attending university programs, I realized that programming languages were becoming more and more popular.
As a result, the amount of languages I wanted to learn was growing and there were a lot of programming languages available online.
However, for those of us who have had a programming language degree, it can be a daunting task to navigate through all the options.
Even for those who are still new to programming, it is often hard to figure out what the best way to learn is.
In this article, I’ll try to shed some light on the various languages available, offer tips on how to choose one that suits you, and provide a few suggestions on how you can start learning to program.
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