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Best Programming Language to Learn in 2018

Planning on starting a programming career in 2018? Be ready to make a tough choice.

If you are a beginner and trying to figure out which way you should move in your programming career, you have definitely multiple different thoughts in your head.You have different options to choose from but you don’t know where to start. The first and most significant decision you should take is what kind of programming language to learn. The knowledge of the language defines which type of a developer you’ll become. At the same time, you should build your decision on the fact whether you’re a beginner or not in the IT industry.

So, what should you focus on? Python? Java? JavaScript? C++? C#? Ruby? Swift? If you’re absolutely a beginner in software development, definitely go for Java in 2018. Almost every experienced developer, book, programming-oriented source, and IT expert will recommend you Java as the first step in the industry. Why? Let’s find out.

Why Should You Start with Java?

It is that kind of exclusive programming language, which is both easy to learn and valuable enough on the market. Java knowledge allows you to start programming career right away. Even if you consider some other language to be optimal for building a progressive career, you have to start with something very demanded and needed in the industry. Java is the solution for a beginner developer. The biggest problem most people have is choosing a very difficult but a profitable language, which is too hard for them to hang on. So, they just give up halfway.

Java learning allows you to take action and to start practicing at a real job as soon as possible. That’s what important. Respected statistics show that Java has been the most requested and popular language among employers for the last couple of years. It is the most universal programming language you can learn today.

Why Java Is a Good Choice for a Beginner?

  • It is much simpler than other languages like C++ and C#. It is a fairly easy one, which doesn’t require knowledge of deeper skills.
  • There is a lot of information about it on the Internet sources and in the libraries;
  • It is valuable in the IT industry.

Languages for Experienced Developers

But what if you are already an experienced developer? Should you start one more language in 2018? Which one?

What if you have not learned Java yet as a developer? What are you waiting for? If you want to expand your career towards something highly requested or rapidly developing, choose Java or Rust. Rust is another language, which is getting popular among developers. It is a refined language, which is a good replacement for C++ and C languages. Though, knowledge of Java still brings you a good base for your career in general.

So, if you don’t know the concept of programming and coding at all, start with Java as the easiest but the most requested one.

Haider Ali Khan

Found & Editor-in-Chief of Tapscape. I'm an Independent Cyber Security Researcher, Love to learn and write about Technology.

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