THE EASIEST PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE TO MAKE SHINING CAREER IN!




We all at some point, are intrigued in thinking of making a good career to settle down with.

And making a career in computer science is just too good to happen as it is what most of the people want to do now.

But do you know, that even if you are someone who is not much interested in Programming, can make a shining career in this field by just learning 1 Programming language along with another small language to support with?

Yes, folks! We are here now to tell you about the easiest Programming language to make a shining career in!

The Language-JavaScript





You might have already heard of this language called JavaScript.

Although, JAVASCRIPT HAS NO RELATION WITH THE PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE JAVA!

(it's just a typo)

Javascript is basically a scripting language which is now used in bunch of different works.

Mostly, this language is used to responsive, dynamic and interactive web content for websites and web apps like Facebook and YouTube.

In-fact, you too can make these type of websites using JavaScript along with other Languages such as HTML, CSS, PHP and ERLANG.

But for the sake of simplicity, we will stick to JS.


Why is it Easy to use?






First of all, JS (short for JAVASCRIPT) is not completely a Programming language.

Rather, it is a scripting language used for both front and sever-side development.

In simple words, JS works atop of another languages but to use JS, you need not to learn other languages, it is built upon.

All you need to know is basic HTML syntax and a bit of CSS (if you want to style your content).

Also, most other languages need Compilers to first compile the code written in the preferred language and then execute it.

On the other hand, JS needs no COMPILER, due to the fact that, it is a browser based language running on Browser SandBox environment (just ignore hefty terms!).

Plus due to it's high portability, you can use it on almost any modern day browser including mobile devices without a hitch.(except Internet explorer, which I don't think you use! [If you do use Internet Explorer, where is your God now?]).

Also, it has many libraries and frameworks to ease you in your project.


How can I learn it then?




There are a bunch of ways to learn it.

You can either learn it without any certification just to 'learn it'

Or you can take a rigorous course on Coursera or edX with a time limit and a passing percentage (also, with hard exams) and then buy the certificate (or verify it!) by paying some cash to get a verified certificate from the university or a program. (Just like I did).

And, YES! You will be provided with video lectures and assignments along with instructor's assistance if you go for online certification through edX or Coursera or Whatever platform you might like.





This last one is the recommended way to do this as you get a certificate, that you can use it anywhere to show (or flaunt) your knowledge.

If you want to just learn it, here are some great video playlists on YouTube to get started.

If you want to join a course, here are some of those that I recommend, On edX and On Coursera.


The future

JS along with HTML (probably the easiest language in the world!) and CSS can be used to make great websites and web apps.

This is called Web designing and can get you a lot of money once you know what to do and how to do.

You can also, create desktop applications using Electron Framework for JS.

Here is the official site for Electron Framework.

Also, you can see this guide on making Android apps with JavaScript.

Now talking about money, let me tell you a nice story (which is more of a personal experience).

One random day I was scavenging on Freelancer (freelancing platform), seeing different jobs.

And then I saw a guy who can make 'one' fully featured website with just 3 pages and very less JS, and his rate was... $350 and above!

That day, I realised how much money web developers can make.

And making a website like the one he listed takes only like 1-2 days of dedicated work.

Dividing the standard rate by 2 days (to keep it as easy as possible), just imagine what can you do with $150+ per day!!

That's about ~$4500/month with just doing some simple Programming!

Well, I showed you the way, now it's up to you to start your own research!


Conclusion

However, I have showed you the way, it is now up to you to work it out.

Links given in this post are enough to make it happen good.

If you want to learn more about these online course platforms, check my Dedicated Blog post on that.

Also, an honest tip for aspiring or working Programmers,

**You should practice atleast 65% of the time you devote to it**

And by this note, I would like to end this up.

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