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Hey guys, just for research:
which programming language would you recommend a non programmer, who wants to learn programming?

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  • 3
    Native work (desktop/iot): Python
    Web: PHP or Nodejs
    Scripting: bash or Python
  • 0
    Depends on what your preferences are.

    Either C# if you like a language that runs a bit longer, PHP (7+) if you enjoy more of a single hit style or htnl/css/js if frontend is more of your interest.
  • 7
    Assembly.

    Note that this is not a serious suggestion at all, but just learning about what assembly is would be quite the edifying educational experience.
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    js, ofcourse..learn javascript..most simple, most easy to grasp, and has a future too..will b a base for other frameworks like nodejs, angularjs, es6, etc
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    no no, you didnt
    I'm just collecting data^^
  • 2
    Python, easy for beginners which will be a stepping stone for learning other programming languages with ease.
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    C or C++
  • 1
    Definitely Assembly
  • 1
    The better question would be:
    I wanna build something like x?
    What rabbit hole should I jump in first.
  • 3
    Please for the love of God do not learn Java or JavaScript first (unless you just want JavaScript tech for the web). Go with c++ in my opinion, im no expert in any languge per say but I know a few. I was formally taught Java first which would have given me a lot of bad habits had I not been with a very intelligent teacher always concerned with going above and beyond the course. C++ will force you to learn my favorite programming paradigm which is object oriented, to me it seems the most natural way of compartmentalizing info. Additionally you will have to learn about all types of data structures and a lot of other "closer to the metal" type code versus a higher level language. C++ can be unforgiving but if you can learn that language you are well off to learning about every other practical language out there.Python is nice too but if you learn C++, python will be a joke where as learning python will help with C++ but it will still be tough as you have yet to deal with data structures
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    For non programmers learn something that is going to have real world use to them. Javascript or Python.
  • 2
    Python is great for beginners.it's syntax is near plain english pseudo code
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