SQL, Java, Ruby, Python and more – with so many programming languages in existence, which one should a would-be coder learn? It depends on its use, reveals a new infographic about the languages.
For example, chip giant and Siliconrepublic.com Featured Employer Intel uses Python, which can render a coder an average annual salary of US$83,000.
The infographic even charts online resources individuals can use to teach themselves how to code.
Coding, as Who is Hosting This points out, isn’t just about creating a finished product. “Understanding how programming works teaches computational thinking, logic, and problem-solving skills, which can be applied in any field.”
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