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Starting to Learn JavaScript and when I spoke to my little sister she tells me Bro learn C than C++ and than go C# and Java. Well I just!! Ok Challenge accepted, wish me luck, she already knows C and C++

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    Try to keep for yourself what you're learning, there's more chance you'll actually learn that and not just say you did :)
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    @matanl that is a very good advice
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    none of those is soft typed like JS.
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    @-eth Nice it's like not only your mind plays tricks but the world conspires against your achievements
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    @linuxbrother11 😂😂😂 that would have sucked but I'd be Really proud 😅
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    @Darkelmz that's quite a dark perspective, but effective. Welcome, btw!
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    @-eth thinking more about what Ted said if you share and people don't aprove and think you are crazy hehehe you still have a chance to archive whatever the goal you seek! The problem is having acceptance, I am going more for the logic of what Ted Talked about
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    I guess I'll have to start dating your little sister then
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    What I advice is that you should start with a forgiving language, like JavaScript, Python or ruby, then choose a path: web dev, game dev, or just general software development. JS, Python and Ruby are strong languages in the world of web development. For game dev C++, C# and JavaScript, likely some others too. For general software development, C, C++ and C# and what not. If you choose to want to learn C or C++, I'd say learn assembly first just enough to understand how programs work on machine level. Pointers and other concepts are going to make a whole lot more sense then. Or you don't even have to learn assembly (though you will eventually when you need to debug your program), I'm sure there are great tutorials showing how machines execute programs.
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    @makinet thanks for clarifying! It's allot easier if I learn according to my goals!
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    @Krokoklemme build an AI and dedicate to her maybe she'll get interested
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    1 more +1 for a sticker
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