Web development is a skill I have honed through practice and a greater understanding of concepts. To do this, one must know how to write codes in different languages; however, it is also useful if you only know one. If you want to become a well-rounded developer, then I advise that you start learning more than three languages as soon as possible, just like me!
Because web development has been my career ever since I have developed proficiency in many languages, and in this article, I will be discussing the best ones that I use the most.
Python is always my go-to language if ever I’ll be working on a long and tedious problem. It is one of the languages that shows promising results, and its user base is also in a very steady amount, meaning that its existence will last for a very long time. Python is best used for projects that have anything involving machine learning and also AI. Aside from that, Python is also known for its flexibility; working on different platforms and systems allows for a smooth-sailing project.
Versatility and ubiquity, these two words are more than enough to describe Java. However, of course, there are still some things that I want to say to explain why Java has been on my best-of list. First off, it is straightforward to learn, meaning that you’ll spend more time on actually using it in a professional setting rather than trying to learn the ropes and practicing all the time.
Java is also known for its stability and reliability as a whole, making it the right choice for big projects, especially those that are about to go online in a massive user base.
I use many languages from time to time, but these three are so far the best, mainly because of their functions and how they affect my workflow.