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Programming Languages

Programming Languages Indy has used:

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Pascal
VisualBasic
Python
PHP
Javascript
C
MATLAB
C++
2000–2002
My father showed me some trivial programming concepts when I was little.
2003–2005
First steps into procedural programming. Good language for teaching.
2004–2006
Used it when had Windows installed in my computer. Easy to use IDE but could bind beginners to a single vendor's libraries and coding style.
2004–
The first language I tried to teach myself. It is the one of my choice until today. I love its simplicity, clarity and power.
2005–
A straightforward solution for dynamic web content but the language itself has some inconsistencies. My initial contact with web development.
2005–
A good way to manipulate a web document, or even create complex web 2.0 applications. Somewhat loose rules, but quite simple. I like the jQuery framework.
2007–
Not much has to be said about C itself. I got familiar with it during algorithm studying, and used it for some university projects.
2008–2009
I only touched the very basics of it during some university lessons. They say it is a very powerful scientific tool.
2008–
Learned it through a university lesson. I wasn't fond of its somewhat bloated syntax and mixture of memory management with OOP. But still, it is one of the most used programming languages out there.