So, you’re interested in learning how to code but you are unsure what language to learn. This is a position that every developer has been in at some point—trying to figure out which technology out of the hundreds of languages that exist is worth learning.
One thing is for sure—learning how to code is a good investment of your time and effort. Not only does learning to code gives you the ability to solve a wide range of the problems you encounter using technology, but it can also help accelerate your career and protect yourself against automation.
What does this mean for you? First, having access to a large developer community makes it easy to find other like-minded peers who can help you along your journey. Do you have a bug that you can’t fix? You could ask for help in a community. Do you need help understanding a concept? You could ask another developer.
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