Which computer language?

Hi, I am pretty good at web langauges (html, css, javascript etc) and I would like to move on to learn a software programming langauge, which one should I learn? I was thinking about c#. I am really stuck as I don't want to buy 10 books to find that I only like one langauge if you know what I mean. Can you program? If yes, which langauge(s) do you use? If you know more than one, which order did you learn them in?

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 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. 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 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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