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what is the best language to start learning about coding is HTML a good language to start with

I am tushar student of 10 standard. I want to learn about coding I started with HTML and through which I found my passion for software development but is the right language because I don't want to excel in web development. Many people suggested me to learn about python should I learn that.

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Gabriela’s Answer

Hi Tushar,

HTML and CSS are the two of the core technologies for building web pages. HTML provides the structure of the page, CSS the layout, for a variety of devices. As a programmer, I suggest starting with Python. Overall, you should learn HTML before Python if you intend to make apps for the web because it's the fundamental building block for websites. However, for desktop or command line projects you won't use HTML so you can learn Python first.

Good luck!

Gabriela recommends the following next steps:

1. Python
2. HTML + CSS
3. Java or C language
4. JavaScript
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Nishima’s Answer

Yes, if your interest is in software development, then Python will be a good programming language to learn due to following reasons:
- Simple and easy to learn
- easy integration with different platforms and/ or languages - different use cases ie for data science, android development, software development etc
- free and open source with large user community - to get help on any queries

You can also later learn other programming languages such as Java, C++ etc. But usually picking one language as a starting point is good enough and then it depends upon the industry you go in and learn on the job.
Thank you comment icon Thanks, can't wait to put this advice into action! Tushar M.
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Lalitha’s Answer

Python is a great language to learn for a beginner. It's a very versatile language and can be used in multiple domains. "Learning python the hard way" is an excellent book to begin with Python. You can also consider a new language like Golang which is being preferred in the recent days for microservices and cloud.

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Learning python the hard way https://www.amazon.in/Learn-Python-Hard-Way-Introduction/dp/0321884914
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Prachi’s Answer

Hey,

HTML is scripting language. Go with Python, java or C++
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Atul’s Answer

Try Python first before Java or HTML or GO or C language.
Many companies use Python and Java.
Expand your horizon with programming languages and various applications that use these languages.
Thank you comment icon I will use this advice as I prepare for my career. Tushar M.
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saloni’s Answer

If you are just getting started with coding, you can follow the following Roadmap:
1. Work with MIT App inventor (A visual programming interface) to understand the basic concepts of coding like variables, functions and all.
2. Python Foundation
3. Html and CSS for basic web pages
4. Java script

After that, you will understand the languages and their uses. You will be able to select your next core language learning like Game development, web development or testing.
Programming is not about learning multiple languages, it's more about understanding the algorithm. Keep focusing on algorithm and you will soon be an expert programmer!

Good Luck

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You can refer to the website: https://vidhyamay.com/
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Sivaramakrishna’s Answer

Python will be good to go with.. you could go deeper and create end to end application, especially if you are interested in computer science.
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