The purpose of this blog is to answer a simple question: Which coding language should you learn to become a professional programmer?
We all know that programming is huge right now. And we also know that there are many different programming languages to choose from. But which one do you choose in order to get the best job prospects for the future?
I’m going to try and answer this question throughout my blog. I will be using data from online resources, such as Stack Overflow, Free Code Camp, Code Academy and many others.
In order to give a well-rounded answer to my question, I will be looking at different factors including:
* The number of programming jobs available in each language
* The salary associated with each language
* The demand for learning certain languages over others
I have been a professional coder for a year now. The most frequent question I have received when people hear about my job is “What coding language should I learn?”
Here is a blog where I talk about my experience and research.
In this blog post I’ll be answering these questions and providing some insights on how to effectively learn how to code.
What is a Programming Language?
This blog is a place where I share my experiences and research about coding.
I am an experienced programmer and would like to share with you what I’ve learned.
Here are some of the topics I cover:
1) Which coding languages is best for app development?
2) What is the best coding language to learn first?
You can find this blog at www.mycode.com
After spending months researching different coding languages and asking developers what their favorite is, I have come to the conclusion that you should learn more than one language. While it is true that you can use only one language to write code, knowing multiple languages will make you a better developer.
One programming language may be easier to learn than another, but if you want to become a professional developer and make a living off of programming, then it may be wiser to learn the harder one. This may sound counter-intuitive, but think about it like this: If you only know how to use one programming language, you are limiting yourself in what jobs are available and how much money you can make. If you know two or more languages, then the doors open up a lot wider for opportunities. You will have more options for jobs and making money.
Obviously, there are other factors when looking for a job besides just your knowledge of programming languages. But being able to fluently use multiple coding languages is definitely something employers look for when hiring developers!
I would suggest learning Python first if you are brand new to coding. Python has simple syntax that makes it easy to learn and understand. Then I would recommend learning Java. Java is used in many companies and organizations so there will always be demand
In the last section I talked about how to become a programmer and suggested you learn Python as your first language. In this post, I’m going to explain why I think Python is the best programming language for first-time learners. However, I’m also going to talk about which other languages are good options and why.
If you’re wondering which coding language you should learn, whether it’s for a career change or just for fun, take a look at the following table. You’ll see all of the most popular programming languages and their strengths and weaknesses:
The first type of programmer is the “Super Programmer” that can work with almost any language and has a full understanding of its potential. These programmers can make the most of any language they choose to learn. But they aren’t always the best in one particular field, they are just very well rounded.
The second type of programmer is the “Specialized Programmer”. These programmers are great at one particular language and can use it to its full extent. The only problem with this is that a new language might come along that’s much better than their specialized one, and this forces them to start from scratch again.
The third type of programmer is the “Generalized Programmer”, which is what I think most people should be. These types of programmers learn different languages and pick out their favorite features from each one and put them all together into a new language (which takes a lot of work). This allows them to be very productive in their own way.