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#1 trickstar34   User is offline

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What programming languages should I learn for real world?

Posted 17 February 2014 - 10:45 PM

Ok, so right now I'm pretty much a master at client side web development (Javascript, HTML, CSS) and am very fluent in a couple other languages like Java and ASP.Net (C#) and I'm planning on learning PHP, C++ and software C# (not ASP.Net based) this summer. I'm going to double major in physics and computer science when I go off to college in 2015 because my main interest is in physics and mathematics but I know a lot about computers already and I can almost be guaranteed a job (I already run my own web design business) with the CS major. So I'm wondering what all languages would I need to learn to be able to be "universally" employable in software/video game development? I know C++ and Java is a must, but I know there must be others like C#, but I know assembly isn't really needed that much for software. So what languages are a must know?

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Re: What programming languages should I learn for real world?

Posted 18 February 2014 - 12:24 AM

Have you check job listings? An easy way to get a barometer is to see what people are looking for...
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