re: How I chose a programming language and beat bad habits VIEW POST

re: I will add a consideration that a noob programmer doesn't normally consider... How likely is it that this language I choose will become worthless...

After that, I would say: Flutter or GO.

Flutter is not a language though. It's a framework for Dart. The thing is Flutter is the only reason you'd want to learn Dart today, which would make me hesitant to recommend it.

Go is a really nice language and is getting a lot more traction than Dart, so it's probably a good choice, even though I might not recommend it as a first language du to its singular approach of OOP. All in all, I agree that starting with Python and then trying fancier languages like Go or Kotlin sounds like a good strategy.

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