I often get this question. What programming language should i learn? Which programming language earns you the most income? Which one is way cooler? and so on. But the real question one should ask is
Do i really love programming? Am i passionate about solving real world problems through technology?
If you choose programming as a source of making nice income then right there, my friend, You don’t have to continue any further reading this article. Trust me programming is not for you.
Still there? Your curiosity is getting you somewhere in the future. Let me feed your curiosity with my story.
I started programming when i was at class 8, Some opponent community on a virtual app called mig33 made a website, Listed their members user ids and details. I had to do that. It took me whole night to figure it out, At almost 4 AM i figured it all out, Staring at my mobile screen whole night, Listed my members details, Went to school in the morning, Slept on desk, Asked my friends to tell the teacher i was sick, and to let me sleep. After i returned back home, Something new happened, A red text written “Welcome to the gang’s website” was scrolling from the right of my mobile screen to the left. Damn! and again i had to do that. That is how it all started.
To tell you the truth, There is no any best programming language. What you should learn is not a programming language but the principles to code, algorithms and etc. It is the logics that makes you a good programmer not the language you choose. Enough of that, Let’s get in, more deeper.
After i came to capital city, I admitted myself to a reading room. I knew i couldn’t prepare in a hotel room. I followed 2 articles, which landed me a job within a month. Go through it in details. Good luck.
“Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.” – Martin Fowler