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please, dear class fellows give me some advice!!!

does anyone know best programming method? though I am a student of computer first-semester student I can not understand C++, vb, and Java. so if anyone knows the best way to be a great programmer please send me in my email. latifsaei816@gmail.com I would be grateful!

1 Answer

A subjective question. It honestly doesn't matter what language you start with just check the most recent version of it, like Java 1.8 aka Java 8. I had a lot of trouble with C++ but I found Java very easy to grasp and then move to others. If you have trouble with Java, move to HTML/CSS and then JavaScript. I found the best way to learn was to first watch the videos first, then rewatch and take notes, turn notes into flashcards and then google most asked interview question. You may not even be interviewing for that topic but it helps give you insight on explaining the topic out loud. These days you can't be called a great programmer if you can't communicate effectively with your team. The last step is to use it what you learned in a personal project. Oh and FYI, vocabulary, vocabulary, vocabulary. SO MANY TERMS are interchangeable and/or slightly different e.g. client and browser are very similar and can be interchanged most of the time but not always.