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Which programming language would you recommend to learn first?

Survey period: 1 Apr 2019 to 8 Apr 2019

Assuming you're given no other information, in which direction would you point a budding new developer?

OptionVotes% 
C75740.05
C++1337.04
C#52927.99
Kotlin130.69
Java774.07
JavaScript or TypeScript884.66
PHP331.75
Python1719.05
Swift110.58
Other784.13

View optional text answers (133 answers)


 
GeneralRe: C Pin
honey the codewitch1-Apr-19 7:34
mvahoney the codewitch1-Apr-19 7:34 
GeneralRe: C Pin
Rick York1-Apr-19 18:46
mveRick York1-Apr-19 18:46 
GeneralRe: C Pin
englebart2-Apr-19 2:19
professionalenglebart2-Apr-19 2:19 
GeneralRe: C Pin
Gary R. Wheeler2-Apr-19 13:30
MemberGary R. Wheeler2-Apr-19 13:30 
GeneralAcademic or professional? Pin
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan31-Mar-19 19:27
mveAfzaal Ahmad Zeeshan31-Mar-19 19:27 
GeneralRe: Academic or professional? Pin
PIEBALDconsult1-Apr-19 2:59
professionalPIEBALDconsult1-Apr-19 2:59 
GeneralDefinitely not C Pin
PIEBALDconsult31-Mar-19 18:16
professionalPIEBALDconsult31-Mar-19 18:16 
GeneralRe: Definitely not C Pin
KarstenK31-Mar-19 23:51
mveKarstenK31-Mar-19 23:51 
C is the first choice when coding for some embedded hardware or high perfomance computing.

I love the power of C to pick one's nose in memory Roll eyes | :rolleyes:
Press F1 for help or google it.
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GeneralRe: Definitely not C Pin
PIEBALDconsult1-Apr-19 2:53
professionalPIEBALDconsult1-Apr-19 2:53 
GeneralRe: Definitely not C Pin
PeejayAdams31-Mar-19 23:58
MemberPeejayAdams31-Mar-19 23:58 

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