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Easiest Coding Languages: A Detailed Review

Reviewed by: Anabelle Zaluski
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  2. Avatar Daniela Riley says:

    I’ve started familiarising myself with Java then later on with HTML, CSS. These are the programming languages that I often encounter when reading or studying UX/UI Design fundamentals. Are there other programming languages that I need to learn while studying UX/UI Design?

  3. Avatar quantumfreaks says:

    Yes because when I think of oop I think Windows/Apple app store!

    That’s essentially what all these amazing lingua franca’s boil down to, your time would be better spent learning a database and photoshop for a front end. Rather than scratching your ass while building a nuclear powered space sandwich.

    1. Chad M. Crabtree Chad M. Crabtree says:

      That’s hilarious. Thank you!

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