Many universities still treat programming like it’s computer science, and computer science like it’s math.
As a result, many introductory programming courses focus on low-level-of-abstraction languages like C, or mathematically-focused languages like MATLAB.
Most programmers would agree that high-level scripting languages are relatively easy to learn.
In order to move beyond the basics, you need to learn your first language well. Then your second language will be much, much easier.
From there, you can branch out, and become a more well-rounded developer by learning lots of languages:
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