I am often asked which programming language you should start learning to program with. The answer to that question is very simple: The programming language does not matter. The important thing is logical reasoning and your first contact with a programming paradigm. The rest will come step by step as you immerse yourself in the industry.
I want to talk about my beginnings in computer science. When I began to develop software at the age of 11 (approximately), I first learnt the Pascal and C programming languages without tools or the help of a compiler to know what was happening. In fact, it was quite hard to start learning to develop software and you needed a mentor to guide you a bit on this path.
It is the task of veteran developers to guide newcomers on the right path of development. Newbies must listen and learn from the experience of the veterans. But that’s another topic that we can discuss at another time.
2. Most Popular Programming Language in the World
Not only is there a large number of jobs available, but the average salary is appealing too: $109,803 per year.
4. It’s Everywhere
Being unique in the world is something that humans have sought for years. In fact, in the fashion, automotive, and jewelry industries, it is something that has an extra cost for users.
In our context, being unique or being alone is a danger. Our work is collaborative. It is a field of work in which you have to be totally synchronized with your colleagues, and this is when there is strength in numbers. If the community of people who use the programming language create libraries, solve doubts, and help keep the language alive with revisions, these are advantages.
Largest StackOverflow community — Stack Overflow is the largest platform for programming Q&A, and this is where you can see how the community helps to solve the problems of other colleagues.