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18/02/2019 11:43 am  

There are many popular programming languages and one never tires learning more and more. I would like to know how would you define each of these languages in brief. or example for me C++ is the most Strange language for me. How about you? 


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21/02/2019 9:14 am  

I only know about basic c/c++ for programming microcontrollers.

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03/03/2019 4:45 am  

I am trying my hands at Java Script these days although it is too complicated for me. However the fact remain that Java is one of the most popular programming languages along with Python and Java.


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03/03/2019 8:22 pm  

Learning Java takes more time. Firstly, one should be aware of C/C++ Programming language to understand the basic concepts.

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20/03/2019 7:23 am  
Posted by: suny

There are many popular programming languages and one never tires learning more and more. I would like to know how would you define each of these languages in brief. or example for me C++ is the most Strange language for me. How about you? 

So far while I have majorly worked on Oracle as well as a bit of Sybase and MS Sql server, I have earlier studied C++, Java as well as Python.
I even worked in a company for four months on Java.
C++ was complex, especially in case of how the pointers are used. Yet the people who mastered the art of programming with pointers could land jobs in companies where System Programming was highly required.
Java is a feature rich language but one needs very sharp logical skills.
As for Oracle, one needs to think in terms of Tables, DMLs etc and relational entities, but practice do also helps.
Of course, things keep on evolving.
I have recently tried my hands at MongoDb too, and want to accelerate.


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