Honestly I prefer the lower-level languages where you have more power and control.
Hahaha, I know right?
Java: "STFU You are my b*tch."
C#: "You have no power here."
I'm thinking about buying a course on Udemy. There are giant sales now. But I'm so run out of cash that I'm not sure
If you're wanting to learn C# you should download Unity. They have a bunch of sample projects and youtube has almost endless Unity tutorials. Unity also has great documentation for C#.
C# is probably the best language to learn if you're a beginner because it has the most documentation.
I think I can handle both c and Java, since the structure is similar. I'll definitely check out unity, but I feel that without basics of c# unity won't really help me :]
The basics are pretty much the same across the board. Strings, if statements, variables etc but there's also an endless amount of people doing tutorials on the basics. here's one but there's a lot more out there. You should be able to get it down pretty quickly.
I'm studying the basics on sololearn, then I'll see. And yes, strings etc. are a matter of syntax, but the structure is something I'm going to need to get used to
I think I will have to learn Java for work. Everyone is being retrained in an IT Transformation project, in small groups. I suspect I will be in one of the last groups - turning the lights off after everyone else has gone kind of thing.
Personally I dislike Java because it forces you into their way of thinking about things, and I don't like their way of thinking. C#, C, and Java are all similar enough to be comparable in difficulty, though design-wise, C is rather different. I think out of the 3, C# would be the best bet to go with.
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