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Programming Languages

Programming Languages mallipeddi has used:

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LOGO
C
QBasic
Javascript
VisualBasic
Java
Python
C++
Erlang
Objective-C
Perl
Clojure
Ruby
1995–1996
Learnt LOGO in school.
1996–
1997
I don't even recollect exactly what I did with QBASIC. I remember writing a lot of simple programs to calculate stuff from my math textbooks and double-checking my math homework using the computer. Unusually I learnt C first and then stumbled on BASIC. Hardware - I'd a second-hand AST Pentium 386 laptop which someone loaned to me. It had Windows 3.1 on it.
1998–
Started doing Javascript when I first learned HTML as a kid. Re-discovered JS all over again in 2003-04 thanks to AJAX and the whole web2.0 phenomenon.
1998–1999
I had a P3 machine at home running Windows 95. I also had a copy of Microsoft Visual Studio and I started doing a lot of GUI apps for fun with VB.
2003–
Learnt Java as a freshman in college.
2004–
My defacto programming language. Also do a lot of Django web development.
2006
Learnt C++ to do a school assignment. Never programmed in C++ after that.
2008–
I became increasingly curious about Erlang after Joe Armstrong's new book came out. Concurrent programming has never been this fun! Also this is my first experience with a true functional language (if you ignore the little bit of Common Lisp that I picked up during the Artificial Intelligence class).
2008
Learnt Objective-C in order to write an iPhone app at work.
2009–2010
Learnt Perl to maintain a bunch of scripts at work.
2009–
Dabbled in Clojure -- haven't yet done anything substantial with Clojure yet.
2010–
Just started learning Ruby!