computer science languages

Discussion in 'Tech Discussion' started by henrywolf123, Mar 22, 2017.

  1. henrywolf123

    henrywolf123 『<(-.-<) kriby master』

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    unfortunately i'm an iphone scrub currently, but currently i think ill just look at the algorithms course on khan academy because i figure it cant hurt to understand the algorithms i will probably use.
     
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    Truerror Well-Known Member

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    Yes, being good at algorithms is a clear advantage. By the way, it doesn't matter. Cordova can also be used to make apps for iOS. And so is Xamarin (which is C#). So I'd still suggest those things I said above. That said though, if you really want to switch to C# from Java, you'll have it easy. They're practically twins, just with minor differences here and there.
     
  3. Kvorhu

    Kvorhu New Member

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    Learn C. Trust me. It's a core language for computer science. A lil' bit of python wouldn't hurt either.
    What I would really recommend is learning "algorithms". Learn the basics of any language and then try coding different things. Try out challenges in websites like Hackerrank, etc...
     
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    Everyone should know TI-BASIC. It's easier than Scratch, but funner (more fun, funner used to show how fun it is).