It is better to know from the language of the student (not the programmer) at the exit of the University?
explanation: (not the programmer) - i.e., specialty not a programmer, the programming itself is just 3 semester is taught in C++.
So the standard holivar C# or Java. Jobs which met in University in the ads, everything in C#, but judging by the situation in General, but Java sort of in demand and popular, and the salary is more. So it is better to start beginners, to prepare for those firms that take people out of school and learn C# or Java still and then look for work.
Of course you can say learn this and that, but while studying not much time, the heavy Department (the physics Department).
And the second part of question how it is the job that is asked at the interview and what is the minimum I have to know?
Please, no empty words, I'm very worried for their future.
Well, actually every language for their specific tasks used. So first you need to determine that for You in the first place is important. High salary, a prestigious company, the pleasure of programming, etc. In any case, it is better to go with something. That is not just I read the book and understand all examples from it. But with some ready-made solution which can be used. To open what may be an opensource project and try first to make it out there. The only goal you need to put before you crawl into your code. So interesting. And beginners the number of letters is very scary. There's just polygons of food to explore.
And about the languages of the world is not permanent. In 2005-2007 was more popular delphi and where is she now? can and it learn, the work will always. Large companies are already experiencing a crisis of vacancies in this industry. Now the popular c# which slowly seems to me to be change node.js. As the authorities speed more than quality. A node allows also more and to write for different platforms. Plus cheap development. A matter of taste in General. Any language in demand in the market everywhere there is a shortage of personnel now. So as I said above, better to go with some sort of but at least a little experience in coding. You now have all the cards. Time the car, the opportunity to write something for uni. Do they even field for writing software. Go ahead)))
Asha35 answered on October 3rd 19 at 01:31
Many programmers know more than one language argue that the first language is the most difficult, the following languages and understand much easier. So alternatively, you can learn C++ and Java University. But if you need to go to work right after high school, on taste and color.
Jesus42 answered on October 3rd 19 at 01:33
And how is the job and the first time coding, can someone answer?
zoe_Schroeder0 answered on October 3rd 19 at 01:35
C# has good support for FP. Master of lambda, then it will be easier to move to functional languages if required. Anyway, this is a trend. In addition, in C# you can write under all relevant platforms (Xamarin + Mono).
In General, my vote for the sharp :) It is faster growing, and young developers to learn better in languages with a rich syntax and capabilities. And sugar there delicious :) With wooden toys still have time to play.