Others: C++, C#, C
I have extremely strong practical coding skills, but I don't spend much time
solving "computer science heavy" type problems. Solving problems like that in my day-to-day work
has been extremely rare. In my 15 years of programming I've spent 1,000+
hours studying really complex CS topics (Graph Theory, Dynamic Programming, Merge Sort Recursion, etc.),
but I never need it.
In 2007, I was an 18-year-old college freshman. I had never heard of "computer programming".
By the time I was 20 I learned Visual Basic, C, Java, C++, and Python.
- In 2012 I discovered the Unity Game Engine which used C# as the scripting language. I
became a diehard C# programmer and began to hate using C++ & Java (which were the languages
my colleges used)
tried out ASP.NET/C#
- I got my 1st full-time web dev job in 2016. They had TONS of software written in PHP. From
that point onward I became a PHP evangelist.
- In June 2020 I got laid off due to the Coronavirus decreasing sales at the company
I was working at. While unemployed, I discovered there were 100x more Python jobs
than PHP jobs in my area. So I switched to Python.
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