Hello guys! which programming language should I learn after PYTHON? Thanks.
MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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I would guess it all depends on why you're learning programming in the first place. I'm going into computational linguistics, so the next language on my list is one of the languages used most often in that field (Java). What are your plans? Maybe someone with more experience can give a better answer than me.
Like @Daeruin says, it really depends on what you intend to do. Personally, I don't think you can go wrong learning the following, in any order:
Ruby (on Rails)
Other things that'd be good to learn because in general, they'll just round out your knowledge.
MATLAB/Octave -- if you're doing any intensive math work, these are super powerful
SQL - being good with databases will be important for you, I promise
git/mercurial/subversion - source control will save you from "#*$(& NOOOO I saved and lost my last version and botched the whole thing now it's going to take me 8 hours to redo the whole mess because I am really lame and had no backup"
LaTex - because Word is for wusses
Why don't you try C# ? It's quite well documented,has an intuitive syntax and quite powerful features. Also,you can create interfaces for your software pretty easy ! And it's cross platform!!!
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