It is quite a lot when I look back.Many programming languages are very similar, so learning something new takes little effort when you know the concepts.
- 6502 Assembly on the Commodore 64. This I used mainly for writing demos and intros, Laaang long ago
- 680×0 Assembly on the Commodore Amiga, also here mainly writing demos and intros, late years 80.
- Basic, was nice to enroll some small programs on the Commodore 64.
- Prolog was given as an introduction programming during my study informatics.
Very useful for solving recursive problems.
At that time ideal for parsing text, links with MySQL etc.
It looked promising, but apart from more speed I did not see enough advantages tov. Rails.
In 2016 NodeJS, EmberJS, Ionic and later AngularJS learned.
Programming languages I have applied in business setting:
I use with some regularity for analysis purposes
I’m on the English Quora a contributor on an R-related Space
Not really a programming language, but while I write this running in the background a query for data that I need for an analysis.
In this I and a colleague in the beginning of the years 2000 made an interface between two systems.
This interface has worked smoothly for five or six years until our system received the support from the supplier.
With this I performed statistical analyses on a part of the investment administration
I have helped a lot of knowledge with a Visual Basic program for administrative purposes.
And in my field Excel is widely used and I can also find my way in the programming language (VBA). I made a correction to a vendor’s script a few months ago, because their application could not handle our firewall.
The same knowledge has had a time a company in Web service provision.
Also not really a programming language, but it was my first office automation, a manual pen and paper process converting to an electronic process.
I have done a similar conversion with Microsoft Access.
Programming languages I used to help others, not business:
Nice hobby project where I made a webscraper for a couple of friends.
Has been used for years.
But I am really forgetting what it was.
I think there should be some very old commits on Linux parts and some Usenet posts with code wandering around my hand.
Tried, but never got off the ground in practical application:
My first programming language, but I had no inspiration to make some beauty
It was nice to have the banana-gooing monkeys do very different things, for whom it still knows
In addition, I have done a lot of flow control and light programming work in our investment management system, but this is not a full programming language.
Incidentally, I am not a programmer, I am more of an analyst for those who make some knowledge of programming life a bit easier.
BASH is a command language and shell scripting that I use for search functions and startup programs.I have also used shell scripting for CRON tasks, these are scheduled tasks, for example, when booting PHP scripts at regular intervals. I also worked in. htaccess file, a server file and I used this for configuration and access control and redirecting on Web servers and also in conjunction with Regex or regular expressions.
C# created some small programs.Also in combination with .NET and SQL a Web application made with it.
C++ also made some programs in it and implemented some algorithms in it.
JAVA has worked on some programs that include sockets for a company.I found it a rotten language, far too strict. Also a small looking bone in written in conjunction with SQL databases and a small app in created.
ActionScript for Flash small script ever written in for a graphical animation for a customer.Never did anything more with it.
R what statistical functions and models written in for some research.
Python used for some small programs on minicomputers and also used in conjunction with Cassandra, a no SQL language for databases.
Visual basic in distant past when I was only just in high school sat a small program written in for my own enjoyment.You performed a smiley a dollar sign.
TI Basic, ever in high school made a small text based game with it on my Texas instrument calculator.
I think I’ve mentioned just about everything.
The most summary answer is that you can make everything.鈫?All are describing gives a more complicated answer than no answer. So I give a brief answer of the 3 languages with which I have worked most so far. And a little bit of the iceberg of what you can do with them.
PHP: Websites, Web applications, Facebook applications,
Python: Websites, Web applications, data science, automating
VBA: Personally I have worked more with Excel VBA.This allows you to automate certain things in Excel. For example, 100 create tab trays with a unique name and in that tab perform a calculation based on that unique name.
I hope I have been able to give you some insight,
With Twinkle eyes and a wide smile,