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Which programming language should i learn

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I'm currently in the final year of my b.tech . I'm quite comfortable with c/c++, now i want to learn some application oriented programming language which can be used to get things done. I tried java for few days, but it didn't seem to arouse any interest...need help from experts.
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Jul 25 '10 #1

✓ answered by rotaryfreak

it also depends on what your application needs to do. no one programming language is the best at everything. Java is pretty great because of its portability but that shouldn't be the only reason for choosing it as the language you want to learn. Like some of the other peeps said, try a few and see what floats your boat

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anything which can peak your interest towards coding. hey, you got to be patient with java. It's the best application based programming language out there.
Jul 25 '10 #2

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C and C++ are obviously the stepping stones but Java is the best utility and most sought after application oriented language.
Jul 25 '10 #3

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it also depends on what your application needs to do. no one programming language is the best at everything. Java is pretty great because of its portability but that shouldn't be the only reason for choosing it as the language you want to learn. Like some of the other peeps said, try a few and see what floats your boat
Jul 25 '10 #4

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I agree with @rotaryfreak. Really think about what type of applications you want to develop and then focus on an appropriate language which is well suited and used in that area. E.g. I'm a GIS Developer. I specialize in writing ESRI ArcGIS applications. I program in C# and Silverlight. Previously I worked as a analyst developer where we wrote CRM and Machine Rental Systems. There I programmed in VB.Net.
Jul 26 '10 #5

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Try Prolog. Its latest version is Visual Prolog but you can learn the essence of the language from the PDC Prolog.
Nov 10 '11 #6

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learn asp.net with c#
Nov 10 '11 #7

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