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What programming languages should I learn to be a computer engineer?

I'll be a senior in HS next year. I want to hone my programming skills before in enter college because I want to be a computer engineer. Any programming languages other than C++ and Java that I should be proficient in before college?

Asked By: DrBurst - 6/11/2008
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You should not escape C & C++ if you want to a programmer. These languages teaches you the base on which you can easily build to learn other mainstream computer languages like C#, VB.Net, Java nad the likes. These help you to get a job as application developer... More
Answered By: Mohit - 6/12/2008
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Depends how much time you want to spend inside I guess. Defiantly learn C. It's will teach you how programming languages work and when you get into college everyone else will also already know this more than likely... More
Answered By: Josh - 6/11/2008
 
Computer Engineering deals with a lot of other subjects that have nothing to do with programming. Some of the subjects include thermodynamics, electronics, electromagnetic, all of which are mostly the subjects studied in an Electrical Engineering course work. On the other hand computer engineers need to learn about... More
Answered By: saxander - 6/11/2008
 
In Computer Science Engineering (at graduation level), you will be taught all the necessary programing languages. You don't have to worry about it... More
Answered By: mcs - 6/11/2008
 
well both are important programming languages.. it helps you learn the basic logic or mode of thinking when programming... More
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Answered By: Nurse Y - 6/12/2008
 
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