Which computer language?
Asked By: wolf - 9/12/2006
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If you're writing windows applications or server components then C# is your best bet. You can now download c# 2005 for free from the microsoft website... More
Answered By: BadShopper - 9/12/2006
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asp 2.0 i downloaded the program and started working on it...if u worked with any visual code before will be a piece of cake. i never bought a book in my life.. learn it online
Answered By: mcraaj - 9/12/2006
I have used... More
Answered By: waycyber - 9/12/2006
Trust me and learn java... or asp.net..... that is going to be our future...... Peace'
Answered By: rdx - 9/12/2006
Cobol is probably the most used programming language today. Also, if you know how to program in Cobol, you can make a LOT of money.
Answered By: Dirk Diggler - 9/12/2006
Answered By: Eby - 9/12/2006
c# is the best but.
Answered By: mukisa I - 9/12/2006
The software programming world is currently split in two when it comes to modern languages. .Net or Java... More
Answered By: Me! - 9/12/2006
You must have just posted this... I haven't programmed much of anything lately. When I started there were languages that I doubt anyone has heard of nowadays like Cobal and Fortran... Lisp and well some weird stuff. I started with batch files and then Basic and then Pascal and C then C++. I also did some assembly... More
Answered By: madchriscross - 9/12/2006
I like c, but it's kind of old and rather low level. You might want to try ruby. It's fun and easy to learn. http://tryruby.hobix.com/ This sight is great, you can learn the basics in like ten minutes without downloading anything.
Answered By: drlzrdmn - 9/12/2006
Go for C#, it is a great modern language and there is lots of work going in to make it better. Get a copy of C# Express from Microsoft ... it is a good development environment and free! Java is also worth learning, but I haven't found a free development environment which beats C# Express. C# allows you to do asp.net as... More
Answered By: mike_h - 9/12/2006
I suggest Ruby. It is still on the up, while C# has probably peaked already... so it's a bit late to get into the market.
Answered By: Huh? Duh! - 9/13/2006
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