Python is a powerful, modern programming language that has the capabilities required for experienced programmers while being easy enough for beginners to learn. Programmers love Python because of how simple and easy it is to use.
The course uses C#, one of the most popular modern programming languages, but by learning programming basics, you will be able to learn any other programming language very quickly.
C++ is a general-purpose programming language invented by Bjarne Stroustrup 37 years ago. It is still one of the more popular programming languages, used for creating high-performance applications across a wide variety of domains & platforms.
Java still continues to top the most popular programming languages charts since the past several years. According to TIOBE’s data, Java has secured the first and second positions more than any other languages for about a couple of decades.
As one of the oldest programming languages, C still stands as one of the top programming languages, thanks to its portability feature and early adoption by tech giants including Microsoft, Oracle, and Apple.
As the major language behind some of the most promising technologies, today such as AI, machine learning, Big Data and robotics, Python has amassed a huge fanbase in recent years.
Interpersonal skills, including communication, empathy, and humor, are key to setting yourself apart from other qualified programmers when it comes to building a career and moving up the ladder.
To become great—not just good—you have to learn from experience. But be careful, the experience can teach us to repeat poor behavior and to create bad habits.
Yes, your first step is always to write quality software that fulfills the spec. Average programmers quit at that point and move on to the next thing.
Co-Founder of Miopeco Coding