FluteSolo

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  1. "I am who I am, because of who we all are."

  2. I have to cast my vote to Python. Of all the languages I've learned anything about, Python was by and far the most user-friendly for me. It's also reputed to be a uniquely easy language to learn, making it an excellent place to start. Not to mention, given the popularity of the language, there is a huge amount of learning material available on the web, freely accessible. Here's a few sites that can help you get started if you want to look at Python: http://www.learnpython.org/ http://www.tutorialspoint.com/python/index.htm http://code.google.com/edu/languages/google-python-class/ Then, of course, exploring other languages if you like is the next logical move, depending on what you want to do with your programming time. Web development? Try Javascript. Microsoft-specific general technologies? C# via the .NET Framework Liked C# but don't care for microsoft? Mono is the opens-source, cross-platform implementation of C#(but it is, in my opinion, inferior to Microsoft's .NET) Program just about anything? Try C++ and/or C. Game programming? Most popular languages have a game library for them, but C++ is currently the industry standard. These are just the languages I've experienced personally, and what I've collected in my time with them. Hope you find what you're looking for.