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Programming Languages

Programming Languages nsmgr8 has used:

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C
Pascal
C++
FORTRAN 77
VisualBasic
Fortran
Java
Fortran 90
MATLAB
Python
PHP
Perl
Objective-C
Ruby
R
C#
Javascript
1997–
Despite all the criticism and crafts, I love this language. My first ever serious programming started with this and I am grateful for that. It made me learn a lot of computing and programming. I still use it, will use it.
1997–1998
Not my favourite! Learned it for the uni computer course.
1998–
It has quirks. Most of the time developers write unreadable, brain-hurting code in it. But it is one of my favourite. Boost, Poco, Qt are the best.
1998–
1998–2000
Horrible!!!
1998–
As a mathematics student, it is a must for me. Not very nice language itself, but works pretty well.
1999–2002
Forcing class does not make a program Object-Oriented!!! I am never going to touch it again.
2000–
2000–
2004–
My most favourite language so far. The clear, concise, explicit nature of the language is amazing.
2005–
Started my web development with it, obviously. I don't love it, but don't hate it either.
2005
Too much cryptic, will not touch it again.
2006–
Amazing messaging. True object orientation. Cocoa is cool. However, it is too much verbose.
2007–2008
After the Rails hype, tried to learn it. But perlism didn't help me going on. Moreover, my favourite, much better than Rails, Django is available. No need for Rails.
2008
2008–
Forced to learn it for a project, that is built on .Net. Not my favourite.
2008–
Tried to stay away from it all the time. But jQuery took me into it. It is an amazing language I've learned. Currently, the second most favourite language of mine.