Here's a thing I'm running into with new programmers. A few are not using search engines. They'll post for help on something before they google'd it. Some get all uptight and lash out over it so those types tend to flame out early and go to another field.
Your question on google finds answers and articles about this.
My answer is to learn the language you need to know at the moment and one more thing.
Learn the basics. My first languages were Fortran and some assembler for a mainframe. Yes I took other programming courses later but learning the basics of math, variables, and system design was more important to my success as a programmer than knowing the syntax of any particular language. Syntax I can look up or check the book or web. Basic design seems to be harder on folk along with what are variables, files and such.
Hello, I'm new to these forums, so I hope I'm doing things right. I have recently decided to learn coding and programming, and would like to learn as many languages as I can. Where would be the best place to start? I know of many languages like Python and C++, but was wondering if there are a few that would be better for beginners, and could act as building blocks for learning other languages
Thank you very much for your time!