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Which Programming Language to Learn in 2021

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2021 has already started, but many of us are still locked at home, having minimum contact with other human beings and maximum free time. For some people it’s a synonym of boredom, for others— an opportunity to learn something new. And as 2020 showed us the importance of the IT industry, which continues to grow more and more, learning a new programming language can be a good idea…




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Alex Nekrasov

Alex Nekrasov

Game and software developer with more than 15 years experience. Founder and CEO at Mariposa Studios, freelancer.

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