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Hi there,

 

Can anybody advise whether should I study php after achieving a middle level in html/css3 or it's better to focus on c# ?

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On 3/16/2016 at 8:31 PM, Mike_sun said:

Hi there,

 

Can anybody advise whether should I study php after achieving a middle level in html/css3 or it's better to focus on c# ?

Late reply, but I'll give my two cents.

I started my programming career with HTML/CSS, followed by JavaScript. Since then, I've found picking up other programming languages to be a very easy process. Read the documentation, look at reputable open source code, build a project in that language. I don't think it matters too much which language you choose to learn first. C# is a very robust language with high market demand. PHP is also high in demand, but with plenty of shortcomings for long-term, scalable usage. There's more to learn in C#, but you can do more with it. PHP is regarded as a simple and easy to learn language, so it could be a good starting point, especially if you're a beginner with limited resources for learning.

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