The very first language I ever learned. Intro to computing was the course. We did Karel the robot, I learned Principles of Object-Oriented Programming with it, learned Android programming with it and later did a course on design patterns mostly with it
Not only we were learning the language but with C++, I learned Data Structures and Algorithms. It later came in handy in learning computer architecture as these two are very complementary.
Used to teach us design patterns but I still went back to java just to understand what python tried to express
Part of course work for systems programming and compilers. This was fun. I'm sure it's gonna make it easy for me to pick up a side project with microcontrollers and robotics one day.
I'm still learning it. You never really know JavsScript. But with it, I've learned JQuery, Angularjs, Vuejs, NodeJS, etc. and I don't know if that list will ever stop growing.
At first, I was intimidated by it, but I learned later that it isn't so scary. I converted my android app to use only it.
This I learned through picking up Flutter. From there I've been interested in AngularDart also. Especially the part about code sharing and state management (or the lack of. I'm not certain)
I completed a udemy course on it, therefore I know it. Also, I'm writing a .NET Core project just to check how comfortable I am with it.
I feel like I should write a full-blown post out of this 🤔
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