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What programming language to learn next?
Cathy Roberson
post Nov 14 2016, 06:46 AM
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Hello, I'm basically a writer but currently learning programming to create my own e-commerce website. I'm a beginner and I've already finished learning the basics of HTML and CSS. Now, I just wanted to know what programming language I should learn next? Is there a programming language that isn't too much harder than HTML and CSS and also is relevant to e-commerce web development?

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post Jul 3 2017, 07:45 AM
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I work with Java. My reply will assume you are taking a look at entry-level places. Schools, for the most part, don't teach Java job abilities. If you are learning event driven programming using would be really a pipe dream. Most Java is enterprise or web oriented unless you are applying for a job which lists it particularly. You believed it was about abilities. But you're wrong! Code is fine, a salary that is greater and yet commanding work is dependent upon ensuring folks know who you're. To put it differently, you have to promote yourself.



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post Sep 13 2017, 07:38 AM
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Well, first of all, HTML and CSS are not exactly programming languages. Nothing to do with it. Next, if you've already learned HTML and CSS you should focus on JavaScript. Those 3 will work perfectly together, trust. You can actually go and try to become front-end developer with such skills.


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