What programming language to learn that in the future would be possible to get a job using it? ?

Hi i was wondering what do you think is the best programming language to use that if you understand it fully can get you a job with it in the future? What is the most used? Besides java what else is there? I started python but have been told that not that much is used with it? What are your opinions?

Asked By: - 6/7/2012
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Python is used, but often in academic contexts. Java's various dialects are quite important. C++ or C# are often used in Windows-specific application coding. Lua or Ruby can also be good to know, as they're scripting languages. And then there's good old VBA, Visual Basic for Applications. Or even C, the good ol... More
Answered By: Zarn - 6/7/2012
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Whoever told you that python isnt used for anything obviously doesnt know what they are talking about. Python is a powerful high level language used in web development. Try learning HTML, its really simple. Java is a great language to know. So are C/C#/C++ and Ruby
Answered By: Logan - 6/7/2012
HTML it properly the best as it can be used for programing websites. Its very easy to learn. Every body nowadays wants a good designed website. It a vital skill. Also its very well paid
Answered By: look at mee!! - 6/7/2012
Python is pretty much a well used language but they use python commonly in biological industries... More
Answered By: lmfao - 6/7/2012
SQL and Java are very useful because they are still widely use in most companies. SQL is an upcoming one but if you can code in the hardest one... you can code in any of them: OCAML... mathematical programming or functional programming.
Answered By: WWCSD - 6/7/2012
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