So, last semester I took a class about Bioinformatics (Python Programming) and the professor made us to use Fedora, we really didn't learn like a lot of Linux, just the basics.
Since I'm studying computer science I think that learning Linux (In a more complete way) will be very usefull for my career. So, with your experience, which distro do you recommend me to get started? (I will be very gratefull if you recommend a book or a online course to learn about it).
Thank you for your time guys, and sorry for my english, greetings from Mexico!
You don't need to learn at least one new language every year to be a "good" programmer. The best programmers see the bigger picture and prioritize what they learn so that they can deliver the best possible results.