Let's say you're new to programming, or maybe you've honed your skills at one language. What languages should you learn? And is it even worth the time and effort to become a multilingual coder?
Well, you probably know that learning multiple languages is part of the traditional university track--programmers with degrees in computer science will usually have trained in half a dozen languages by graduation. But what's the value of being a multilingual coder in the workplace, where your projects are less theoretical?
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