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    Help needed with learnig route

    Hi Everyone,


    Could someone please advise the web languages that one should in order when starting out?

    I have experience with C++, Java, HTML5, and CSS3. My next step was to learn JavaScript.

    Thanks

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    One should learn the languages that one needs to ply one's trade.

    HTML5/CSS3 are a good start, and Javascript is useful. After that, you could go several routes: PHP, ASP, ASP.net, Python, Ruby on Rails, etc. and so on and so on. It really comes down to what you're personally comfortable with and what sorts of tasks you find yourself doing.
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    I agree so far with what TheGame1264 has said, and it really depends on which specific task your working on as well as in which environment you feel more comfortable. While I love working with Ruby on Rails, you may not find it the best solution.
    This can also refer to the question: "Which is the best CMS".

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    When I was learning HTML & CSS, JavaScript was always something I avoided due to the way it was written and looked in the code, however, when I went to look at jQuery, it made it easier for me to understand what everything meant plus is a great starter for someone learning JavaScript, and not only that, you can use jQuery fully without primitive JavaScript.

    The only server-side language I could suggest (being experienced with it myself) is PHP. I like the way PHP is laid out and I'm safe to say it's easier than most web-based server-side languages. And you should be automatically hooked on OOPHP because of your Java knowledge, but start primitive first and build it, PHP classes are rather different than Java's.


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