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Discussion on: (POSSIBILITIES) what languages are good to learn?

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Mišo

It does not matter what you choose if it will be simple enough for the begginer. And Python is definitely one of the best fist languages and if you like it you don't need to reach for anything else.

But from the text I feel you would like try something else just to know if something is better maybe. This is hard because everybody has different preferences but I hope my short overview could help you a little dev.to/misobelica/my-language-scor....

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Bret Author

thank you. well, I'm starting with python/Django.... it kinda seems like compared to Vue, React, its kinda unorganized at times. it gets weird with what you import and there no auto import?
but... if i wanted to do DS or ML, wouldn't i need college?

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Mišo

It seems that you say it how it comes and mix one thing over another 😀 But I will try to react.

  1. I don't know what you mean by "unorganized" but maybe if you don't need something big you can take a look at FastAPI instead of Django. It's simpler and does not carry so much legacy what could seem unorganized sometimes.
  2. I don't know what do you mean by "auto- import" but if you use some more advanced IDE like PyCharm then you basically don't need to care about imports.
  3. This is programming. The college helps sometimes but you can do anything without it if you are good at it. At least here in Europe almost nobody cares about the education but the actual soft/hard skills are important.