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What programming languages do software engineers use?

I am wondering what kind of coding languages should I focus on to be a software engineer.

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Ricky’s Answer

Python is great to start with. Easy and fun to learn. Javascript is also a powerful and practical language. The language to use is sometime dependent on the project, whether it be web, gaming... More importantly, concepts and algorithms are transferrable.
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Krithiga’s Answer

Python or Go --> to get a feel of programming ; try doing leetcode.
Serious Programming --> Java, C# / C++ [ 90% Java/Javascript is sufficient; get really good at it]
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Rodrigo’s Answer


Hi Daniel
the most demanda are:

1. Javascript
2. Python
3. Go
4. Java
5. Kotlin
6. PHP
7. C#
8. Swift
9. R
10. Ruby
11. C and C++
12. Matlab
13. TypeScript
14. Scala
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Carlos Manuel’s Answer

Hello Daniel
There are many programming languages, let's say that the most quoted in the market and the best paid ones are
C++, Java, C#, Python.
You can start with some of these, I recommend Python as a programming language, if you already know the language then you should focus on a branch because software engineers know more than one language but they use it in a specific field for example
Web development
Mobile development
Desktop applications
These are the most used fields and if they are the ones that the company is looking for when hiring a systems engineer.
Greetings

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