First programming language you learned

+10 Yannis Sp · August 31, 2014
Which was your first programming language you learned and when was your first time you got involve with a computer?

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0 JOhaL jaTT · September 16, 2014
C programming........................
0 DG Wright · December 3, 2014
Started kind of late, with Borland Pascal. I was 17, it was 1995, and BP7 for DOS was already over the hill, but that didn't stop me from falling in love with it and coding the crap out of it for YEARS afterwards.
0 Nikola Novakovic · December 3, 2014
PASCAL :)

Wow wasn't that an awesome trip. Pretty much it was the love on the first sight :) 
0 Jason Amador · December 3, 2014
 First computer was an Apple IIe.  I'm old.  BASIC on DOS was my first programming experience.  Mostly I just dreamed about what I could do if I knew what I was doing and made stupid "What's your name?" crap.  I was 9.

High School, circa 1997, I started learning C++.  Did that all through the rest of high school, they offered independent study, so I tried to make games.  Got most of the engine for a "stickfighter" game done.  So C++ is my first real programming language, and I love it.
0 Ahmed AbdElMoteleb · November 5, 2014
Basic back at high school but I wasn't aware of programming concept back then. then, I became student of Computer Engineering and started learning C and that gave me the boost to start on my own way and learn other languages :)
and my first encounter with a pc was way back when I was around 8-9 years-old and all I could do is mess around with paint XD but then I got my pc couple of years back and started my journey.

Thank you for reminding me :D
0 M .A.K · October 9, 2014
My first program was for AVR(microcontroller) using C,C++ to blink a LED five years ago.
0 Von Geek · September 12, 2014
My first programming language was visual basic 
0 Calvin Sienatra · October 24, 2014
Started with BASIC when I was at the fifth grade, then I suddenly changed into a web developer for some reason. I also did some java coding for a while, did the basics but I'm more into websites.
0 Çağlan Turgut · September 8, 2014
I started with C, dropped it. Then I moved to C# and I created some basic programs for my daily use with Visual Studio GUI Editor but I really don't remember anything! I guess it wasn't a real programming though since using Visual Studios GUI Editor is real easy :). But hey I was 11!

After a long break filled with Web Development and CGI I seriously started learning programming with C++(It was a little hard to start with C++) and done real stuff with it. I'm now 16. I still can't say that I know C++ really well because its huge but now I can create some useful complex programs at least.

I recommend starting off with a simple language like Python. It's easier to understand how programming works with a higher level language.
0 Nika Mchedlidze · September 13, 2014
I started learning with Java, I was making some fun programs, then I tried C++ but I heard its too hard for newcomers so I learned C Sharp on basic level, could make basic programs with visual C sharp. when Bucky released C tutorials, I started watching them hoping to get better understanding of C++/C and programming in general.

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