what is the best programming Language to learn and work with?
I am busy studying for programming and now i have the choice of either choosing C#,C++,VB.NET or java as a programming Language.Which one of these is the best to do and which one will get you a good job,im planning to go to America or Canada after my studies.What are my chances of getting a programmers job there and which language is bery popular in these countries.Thanks
Asked By: slawekp2001 - 1/7/2009
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That really depends on what you're going to do. It would be like asking a carpenter what is the best tool to have in your toolbox. If all you have is a hammer, then everything begins to look like nails... More
Answered By: noonehome2day - 1/7/2009
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i prefer java but c# has more job opertunites!!!
Answered By: Hamster M - 1/7/2009
.NET and PHP
Answered By: stcxiong - 1/7/2009
Start with QBASIC (yes I said QBASIC) while not very usefull in the real world it is good starting point to learn basics of programming from there you can learn VB while structualy differant than QBASIC the guts or the same this will allow you(to and extent) learn windows programming... More
Answered By: evader23 - 1/7/2009
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