How to Choose a Programming Language
Wade Christensen

That’s nice, but it’s not always true that learning multiple languages will ruin your efforts. There are many people that use one language all the time and do a terrible job at it, many more that use skills with a smattering of tech to help others from a higher-level with planning, strategy and code review.

If I’d have stuck with my original language from primary school, I’d be writing BASIC code. If I’d stuck with my first paying gig it’d be actionscript (which is dead); and I’m not aware that many people make a living out of doing either (my own life would certainly be less interesting if I chose to).

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