Hi there, welcome to the forums.
It depends entirely on what you want to do.
What is it that you want to do with your programming knowledge? Answering that question will likely steer your answer to which language(s) you want to learn…
I was a fresher so I have to think of what is more good for my career,so that I will start learning it
Hope you people will help me through this
Thank you.it means a lot
Don’t make your decision only based on what is popular. If you really want to be a mobile app developer, you should definitely learn Java and/or Kotlin.
A lot of languages share similar concepts, so learning new programming languages becomes easier the longer you are programming.
this is over simplified, making an hybrid app (react-native, ionic) has advantages and drawbacks over building native apps (Java or kotlin for android and swift for IOS). Based on your projects need, use the right tools. Don’t force a tool on something it wasn’t meant to do
This right here
And as an extension of it, why don’t you take some time and look at job postings/openings at companies you like? The companies that you would like to work at.
- Check their internship openings, their junior developer positions, graduate programs, etc. Anything you would be able to apply to.
- Take notes of the technologies, programming languages and other practices that seem to be common among them, are asked for the most.
- Now you know the languages and technologies you should be focusing on!
this makes sense…