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While HTML and CSS isn't regarded as a coding language/programming language, as it is a mark up language, these are the following that I know:

  • JavaScript - Well experienced
  • Java - Well experienced
  • C# - Amateur
  • Lua - Well experienced
  • HTML - Well experienced
  • CSS - Well experienced
  • jQuery - Well experienced
  • SQL - Well experienced

Next year, 2018, I'm planning to branch out to C++ and taking a peak at Rust


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I am working non-stop on Web Development but my research is kind of wide range. So here are my lists:


1. HTML, CSS, BootStrap 

2. Javascript:

  • Raw JS
  • AngularJS
  • VueJS

3. jQuery

4. PHP

  • Raw PHP
  • OOP
  • MVC Framework (Symfony, Laravel, CakePHP, Zend, Phalcon)

5. Java (Both Web App and Android development)

6. ASP.Net

7. Swift (For iOS, still under research)

8. Python (For server automation, nothing more)

9. Little bit of C++

10. Database:

  • MySQL
  • MS SQL
  • MongoDB

That's it for now on my side. :)

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I am working as developer of embedded systems. Everyday we use "C", so this is the only one programming language what I know.
Of course I have also some experience with others like:
But I am not feel like a proffesionalist in these languages.



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I work as a software architect for a consortium of small/medium size logistical companies that develop fleet management software and have more than 20 years development experience under my belt using all kind of languages.
So I will list the languages I have used in the last year:

- C#

- C(++)

- Lua

- AVR assembly 

- STM32 ARM/Cortex M4/M7 assembly

- (T-)SQL

- Javascript

- Html/Css

- Java

- Delphi/Pascal


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11 hours ago, Nors. said:

I'm interested in Java but idk anything,who wanna teach to me? :rolleyes:

Id recommend just looking at some tutorials or finding a learning website that supports that language. They will start with basic functions. And then progress to more in-depth functions. However I've found that getting some example code and then messing about with it helps me learn the best.

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  • 2 months later...

I'll break mine down a bit since some of them I hardly use and learnt in different ways.

Self Taught:

  • C# (WinForms)
  • A little bit of C++ (Used for Arma3 but has its own weird structure).
  • PHP
  • SQL

College at BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma, repeats I expanded on in ways:

  • Python
  • Javascript
  • Java
  • C# (WinForms)

College at HNC/HND in Computing, repeats again I expanded on but currently still doing this course:

  • C#
  • PHP
  • SQL

The ones I currently use for personal projects are the following:

  • C#
  • PHP
  • HTML, CSS & Javascript (Really hate this)
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