Needs advice
on
C# C# Java Java
and
JavaScript JavaScript

I studied C lang / C++ and G (lab view) for 2 years at my previous university, the university where I study now teaches me C# , I am interested in web development (frontend and backend), embedded (for the Internet of Things, for Arduino), mobile development (Android, iOS), game development, The science of data and ML. I studied mathematics (discrete mathematics, analytical geometry, mathematical analysis).

I ask the developers for advice: what should I learn to be able to do everything I want (websites, games, drivers, sockets, desktop applications and others)?

I am looking for a universal solution, and I am limited in training time, and the number of vacancies is also important.

P.S. I used Google translator

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IT Manager at Codek Technologies

I would suggest instead of going all over, you should focus on one specific field you want to master. I also have prior experience with all of these languages and during my studies, I can understand the mess you are going through.

In the end, I would say you should go with JavaScript, here are the Libraries/Frameworks you can use. - WEB DEVELOPMENT : Frontend: React, Angular, Vue - Backend: ExpressJs, NestJs - MOBILE DEVELOPMENT (IOS & Android): React Native - IOT : Socket.io - DataScience : TensorflowJs

Best of luck with your studies.

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Taymuraz Baskaev
Taymuraz Baskaev
November 26th 2022 at 1:21AM

Do I need to learn java before I start learning javascript?

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Secret Guest
Secret Guest
November 28th 2022 at 9:53PM

No you don't. Java share with javascript only the name, it's 2 different languages to make different things.

Javascript is one of the most easy to learn language but it's also one of the worst and illogical one ;

at its very beginning it was compiled with errors and cause a fast and huge deployement these bugs have never been solved because of too much people using them.

example ; 10 - '1' = 9 but 10 + '1' = 101 馃う鈥嶁檪锔

So as Muhammad wrote you better learn JS frameworks than JS itself who's a waste of time.

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jlsoffical
jlsoffical
December 27th 2022 at 5:11PM

From what I understand, Java and JavaScript are two different languages, but it probably wouldn't be a bad idea to learn Java syntax before learning JavaScript. Even though I have little programming experience, I still recommend learning how to read and understand syntax because it makes debugging easier.

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The Sharp Ninja
The Sharp Ninja
January 31st 2023 at 5:01PM

No, it will just break your heart for both languages.

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Taymuraz Baskaev
Taymuraz Baskaev
November 26th 2022 at 12:55AM

Thank you very much, Muhammad!

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developer at freelance

If you will be studying c# checkout A ASP-NET core, MAUI - mobile cross-platform, and if you have time look at Blazor and Entity Framework.

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Taymuraz Baskaev
Taymuraz Baskaev
February 7th 2023 at 12:38PM

thanks!

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