Finally. A place for developers and people that are interested in how things work can come.
So, every thread needs a starting discussion:
What type of language do you use when coding? (LUA, C++, Python, etc.)
I prefer using Python. I have been trying to stay py2/py3 compatible; in fact I wrote some boilerplate conditional code to go beyond the 'from future' stuff. Unfortunately (or maybe not) I got hooked on the 3.6 f'template' strings, so now I will probably use only the latest versions and not be backward compatible.
I learn a lot of coding languages to inspire myself to do other things.
I use GSC, LUA, C#, C++, PHP, HTML, and CSS.
I work with PHP and SQL every day and I am starting to get into Swift more. I want to be able to have a full gambit of skills under my belt, so I've been learning Kotlin and some other system level languages in my spare time so I can continue my app development empire!
Hi, I love to code since when I was about 14. My first language was Pascal, then I shifted to Basic, C, C++, Java and so on. Actually at the present time I feel to suggest you to give a try (if you like as me elegance) my three favourite programming languages: Scala, Julia, Haskell :)