What programming languages should I learn if I want to be a computer programmer?

Hi, I am 15, but it seems like I am great at java as well as html (well, compared to others). What programming languages should I learn if I want to be a computer programmer for a job? Thanks Great answers so far!

Asked By: Schill22 - 12/23/2009
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Wow. You're great at Java... More
Answered By: two pi - 12/23/2009
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Definitely ColdFusion. It's MUCH more secure, as well as much easier to code in than PhP, and the demand for CF coders is very high. It's a tad harder to learn because not as many people use it, as everybody uses Php. Taking the time though, is well worth it.
Answered By: Taylor - 12/23/2009
Strt with Visual Basic 2008 FREE Find some tuts on yputube. Then get into C+ C++
Answered By: Jack M - 12/23/2009
I'll let others answer when it comes to high level languages, but you may want to get a bit of assembly language under your belt. Assembly language forces you learn exactly what's happening with your code, you're coding directly to the CPU. Knowing assembly language allows you to know how the code in high level... More
Answered By: LarryM - 12/23/2009
The answer is, it depends... More
Answered By: trick - 12/23/2009
heh asking that question m8 would be like asking us what vehicle is right for you... More
Answered By: Clint - 12/23/2009
There are thousands of programmers in the world, only a few are good ones. If you want to be a good programmer, you've got to be language agnostic; if you learn the fundamentals you can apply them to any programming languages. Once you've got this sorted out, you can learn new languages in a few days... More
Answered By: Liars never lies - 12/23/2009
Thats good if you have interest in Java... More
Answered By: ♥Neeraj Yadav♥ - 12/26/2009
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