Languages Wall, Hello World!

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I just wanted to share something I created today, in order to keep track of the programming languages I'm interested to learn. The use is simple, there's a part for programming languages I want to learn and learned, and I use post-its to change languages from one part to another. This way I can keep active in programming learning and remember it every day!

Do you guys like it? Which other creative ways do you guys have for your developer lifestyle?

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Damn I wish I had the type of brain that could see things this clearly and learn as the activity. I can pretty much only learn with concrete cases in mind. Works for me, but I'm envious of people who can take this kind of approach.


I guess every developer has a creativity point, there's art in engineering, I'm sure of it! :D


python is on "Learned", Ruby should be on learned too but I hate it.


This is something I should do too. I try to familiarize myself with the basics of a lot of languages. But I don’t spend too much time on it.

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