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What do I learn next after C# and JavaScript?
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>>80347863
>learning languages without a specific goal in mind
You only have yourself to blame.
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A real language
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>>80347874
Already know Bulgarian, English, Spanish to some extent. I think I might learn Go. I have heard from top Bulgarian hackers that it is the next big thing.
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>>80347917
I said a real language, Pablo
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>>80347941
Which one, Ahmed?
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>>80347997
x86 and C
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>>80348010
We started off with C. It's funny writing Linked Lists in C# without libraries to use. It helped me grasp passing by value, passing by reference, how data is stored into memory and so on. Good language for a beginner.
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>>80348054
C# isn't C
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>>80348010
>Unironically being a Cnile.
>>80347863
TypeScript? Python? C++?
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>>80348151
>using tranny languages
NGMI pajeet
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>>80348054
yeah, C# is nice... doing a data structure udemy tutorial in it (just for fun, since javascript would be too easy)

my conclusion, C# is nice (very intuitive to use).

You might enjoy Dart OP... but then again, learn something you plan on using.
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I mean, compared to Rust, C# is based as fuck.

I mean, look at this shit. It's like fucking chinese.



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