If you’re looking for a career change, or even just a challenge, it might be time to learn to code. Actually, chances are, you’ve heard that before, and now you’re ready to finally get started. The question is, where to start? Fortunately, there’s a list for that.
Here are five programming languages you should consider learning this year:
Swift was created by Apple as a general-purpose language meant to be easy to learn but still powerful enough for professionals. It was meant to replace C/C++ and is used to create apps for iPhones and iPads. Despite the recent controversy over the App Store, iOS is still an enormous platform to develop for, making it a good place to start. Apple even has a virtual Apple Camp for kids to learn to code using Swift.