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Let's share what programming languages we are comfortable with.

You can also share the one you would like to "master".

 

Personally, I know PHP, HTML, CSS, Javascript and a bit of Java.

 

I would love to learn C/C++ and Assembly but I don't have time right now.

 

What about you??

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I'm more of a 'jack of all trades' when it comes to anything on the computer. I'm currently working as an SQL Developer, but learning PHP, HTML, CSS, and jQuery at the same time. I'd love to master all of them, but getting comfortable is where I'd like to see myself by this time next year

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Database Developer here.

 

I've worked with the following Database systems:

Microsoft SQL Server 2000

Microsoft SQL Server 2005

Microsoft SQL Server 2008

DTS Packages

SSIS Packages

FoxPro

Sybase

MYSQL

Microsoft Access

 

Now that I know how the back ends work I really want to focus on front end development such as PHP, HMTL, and CSS.

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I'm currently learning Java in university (Computer Games Development), although I'm not too great at it yet, but getting there! I also used to do a bit of web design so I'm pretty confident with html/css, although I'd love to learn PHP.

 

So...I'm not really a "programmer" yet ;) depends if you count html/css aha

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I'm currently learning Java in university (Computer Games Development), although I'm not too great at it yet, but getting there! I also used to do a bit of web design so I'm pretty confident with html/css, although I'd love to learn PHP.

 

So...I'm not really a "programmer" yet ;) depends if you count html/css aha

 

I'm right there with you....

 

I want to learn more about PHP.

 

I just need a good project to spend some time with it.

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I know HTML and CSS. I know very basic Javascript & PHP Just a little and even less AJAX. I'm still learning and would love to learn more JS, PHP and Ajax though. It'd be great to know and master these languages as many applications I use are written with PHP, Jquery and Mysql. I know very basic Mysql but nothing too in-depth. I just can't seem to find the time to crack open one of the books I bought and intended to read. Time just doesn't permit me to doing so, at least not at this point in my life.

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I'm familiar the following programming languages with Assembly (NASM Syntax), Perl, and C/C++. I'm good with VB/VB .NET and Delphi. As for Markup... I'm okay with HTML, but not so good with CSS. I'm also familiar with MySQL databases.

 

I see programming languages as a general set of rules and while switching from one programming language to another can be daunting and sometimes frustrating, I don't see it as impossible. Just keep the manual ready nearby. ;)

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PHP, HTML, small amount of JS. As for computer programming, C, C++, C#, and VB.NET. Scripting, I've got Lua, Python, Perl, and AutoHotKey(it's useful for macros) under my belt.

 

LOVES ME SOME AUTOHOTKEY!! - That program alone has saved me hundreds of hours on repetitive tasks.. Learn it. Use it.

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Lua to be honest I use very little these days, but it was my first language. Python I use for networking, IE servers, clients. Perl I use for quick output tasks, like say I needed 9000 "x00"s, or for more fine-grain control over networking than Python offers.

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Great to see that people have worked in so many different technologies. Regarding my skills, here are few tools and programming languages that I have worked on

 

C

HTML

Javascript

ASP

VBScript

SQL

PL/SQL

Oracle

Cognos

Informatica

 

Nowadays I don't get a chance to code that much because of the front end tools used in my company but I still miss my coding days.

 

Bryce

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