Discussion in 'Programming' started by webdevelopment, Sep 8, 2009.
What are three programming languages that you think every programmer should know?
PHP ASP.Net HTML (if the last one counts)
For Web Application:
For Desktop Application:
these are not languages
and *ahem* CSS? unless you like plain looking webpages.
personally I couldn't care less for ASP, but...
Web: XHTML/CSS, PHP, SQL
Desktop Apps: Java + Liferay + Vaadin on NetBeans (you can conquer the world with this combo)
PHP, HTML, JQUERY etc.
Programming in the strict sense: JAVA, C++, C
Web Designing: PHP, JSP, and still JAVA
I want to learn programming language. Please suggest me which language i have to learn.
At the very least, HTML and PHP.
what is so important about php? I only know html/css so far. Newb haha
I never understand why other web developers feel the need to know both PHP and ASP, jack of all trades, master of nothing comes to mind.
You will only ever need to use one at a time, 99% of the time clients don't care how it's done so long as it works. I've not yet had a client that has told me the programming language they want a website completed in.
It depends on the use of the programming language.
Different programming language has its own purpose. So, what do you mean by the programming language?
At least one object oriented language like JAVA , or C++ plus c language, and at least one language for web development like PHP HTML, JSP/Servlet etc.
Well I don't think that any language is required for every programmer. Programming languages are a tool and you pick the best one depending on your requirements.
If you are just starting out and wish to learn general programming, VB or Java would be a good first language to learn.
Programming is not the end, but a means to the end. Most people don't eat to chew, they eat to get nutrition. In this way a programmer doesn't need to know any specific language, just the language in which their ends appear in the most simplest.
Computer programming (often shortened to programming or coding) is the process of designing, writing, testing, debugging, and maintaining the source code of computer programs.Programming is a creative process done by programmers to instruct a computer on how to do a task. Hollywood has helped instill an image of programmers as uber techies who can sit down at a computer and break any password in seconds or make highly tuned warp engines improve performance by 500% with just one tweak.
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