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Speaking of programming languages, how many do you know?

#61New LinkPosted 8/22/2013 1:21:30 PM
Orestes417 posted...
On an unrelated note, I like the Go version.


Yeah GO is a nice "pretty" C-based language. I picked up Ruby2 recently which has been a real pleasure to work with. It's quite similar to Python in a lot of ways, but handles sub-processes a lot better and has arrays on steroids lol.
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#62Orestes417Posted 8/22/2013 1:35:35 PM
Pretty much anything Rob Pike touches is awesome.
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#63R i c kPosted 8/22/2013 2:34:38 PM(edited)
I taught myself BASIC/QBASIC starting in elementary school. In high school I decided to take a course on C++ but by the end of the first year of it I was sort of losing my interest in programming so I only ever really learned the 1 language.

I also wrote all my HTML by hand back when I maintained a couple websites but, yeah, not a language.

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#64TheWayOfTheGunPosted 8/22/2013 2:41:42 PM(edited)
C/C++
C#
VB
JavaScript

I know Java is huge but once I learned C# there was no reason to downgrade to Java. C# is basically what Java should have been by now. Microsoft really did a great job with it.


I really only use C# these days along with everything else a web dev needs:

HTML
SASS/CSS
JavaScript
C#
LINQ/SQL
#65jamieyelloPosted 8/22/2013 2:53:29 PM
Basic. Petit computer all the way!
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#66CoolFangsPosted 8/22/2013 3:49:57 PM
Visual Basic is all I know now, however I am learning C++ sometime this year.
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#67Orestes417Posted 8/22/2013 3:54:45 PM(edited)
I now find myself debating whether vi counts as a programming language in it's own right and honestly I'm inclined to to say it is. Granted it can't compete with the OS called emacs, but seriously check this **** out http://linuxforcynics.com/programming/fizz-buzz-in-vim

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#68ElementalWindPosted 8/22/2013 3:58:10 PM
Now that we're past the HTML silliness, should we consider LaTeX (or just TeX) a programming language?

I work at the Human Resources department, and have NO professional reason to know a programming language.
This attitude is why hiring in this field is so screwy ¬_¬
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#69New LinkPosted 8/22/2013 5:07:28 PM
Orestes417 posted...
I now find myself debating whether vi counts as a programming language in it's own right and honestly I'm inclined to to say it is. Granted it can't compete with the OS called emacs, but seriously check this **** out http://linuxforcynics.com/programming/fizz-buzz-in-vim


haha no vim doesn't count :P (but it sure as heck is useful!) I don't know how I ever used anything but it... i'll call them the dark days.
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#70Orestes417Posted 8/22/2013 5:13:48 PM
I'm partial to sam and acme too, but using them on their non-native platform is surreal.
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