How you can start with programming in the easiest way possible

How you can start with programming in the easiest way possible

In this article I will explain how you can start with programming in the easiest way possible.

What is programming?

Programming is the way of telling a computer what to do.

The computer will then execute the instructions you gave it.

Why should I start programming?

There are many reasons to start programming.

  • You can make your own programs.
  • You can make your own games.
  • You can make your own websites.
  • You can make your own robots.
  • You can make your own apps.
  • You can make your own software.
  • You can make your own tools.
  • You can make your own AI.
  • You can make your own anything.

How do I start programming?

To start programming you need to know which programming language you want to start with.


Scratch

Scratch is a programming language created by MIT.

It is made for kids, but it is also used by a lot of adults.

You can start with Scratch by going to scratch.mit.edu.


Python

Python is a programming language created by Guido van Rossum.

You can start with Python by going to python.org.


C++

C++ is a programming language created by Bjarne Stroustrup.

You can start with C++ by going to cplusplus.com.


Java

Java is a programming language created by Sun Microsystems.

You can start with Java by going to java.com.


JavaScript

JavaScript is a programming language created by Brendan Eich.

You can start with JavaScript by going to javascript.com.


HTML

HTML is a programming language created by Tim Berners-Lee.

You can start with HTML by going to html.com.


CSS

CSS is a programming language created by Håkon Wium Lie.

You can start with CSS by going to css.com.


PHP

PHP is a programming language created by Rasmus Lerdorf.

You can start with PHP by going to php.net.


C#

C# is a programming language created by Anders Hejlsberg.

You can start with C# by going to microsoft.com.


Ruby

Ruby is a programming language created by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

You can start with Ruby by going to ruby-lang.org.


Swift

Swift is a programming language created by Chris Lattner.

You can start with Swift by going to swift.org.


Go

Go is a programming language created by Robert Griesemer.

You can start with Go by going to golang.org.


Kotlin

Kotlin is a programming language created by JetBrains.

You can start with Kotlin by going to kotlinlang.org.


Rust

Rust is a programming language created by Graydon Hoare.

You can start with Rust by going to rust-lang.org.


Perl

Perl is a programming language created by Larry Wall.

You can start with Perl by going to perl.org.


R

R is a programming language created by Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman.

You can start with R by going to r-project.org.


Lua

Lua is a programming language created by Roberto Ierusalimschy.

You can start with Lua by going to lua.org.


Haskell

Haskell is a programming language created by Haskell Curry.

You can start with Haskell by going to haskell.org.


Scala

Scala is a programming language created by Martin Odersky.

You can start with Scala by going to scala-lang.org.


Objective-C

Objective-C is a programming language created by Brad Cox.

You can start with Objective-C by going to apple.com.


Visual Basic

Visual Basic is a programming language created by Microsoft.

You can start with Visual Basic by going to microsoft.com.


Fortran

Fortran is a programming language created by John Backus.

You can start with Fortran by going to fortran.com.


Pascal

Pascal is a programming language created by Niklaus Wirth.

You can start with Pascal by going to pascal.com.


Dart

Dart is a programming language created by Lars Bak and Kasper Lund.

You can start with Dart by going to dart.dev.


Groovy

Groovy is a programming language created by James Strachan.

You can start with Groovy by going to groovy-lang.org.


TypeScript

TypeScript is a programming language created by Microsoft.

You can start with TypeScript by going to typescriptlang.org.


Assembly

Assembly is a programming language created by Intel.

You can start with Assembly by going to assembly.com.


Clojure

Clojure is a programming language created by Rich Hickey.

You can start with Clojure by going to clojure.org.


Prolog

Prolog is a programming language created by Alain Colmerauer.

You can start with Prolog by going to prolog.com.


MATLAB

MATLAB is a programming language created by Cleve Moler.

You can start with MATLAB by going to mathworks.com.



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