Lots of people still program in java it is actually more popular then C++ I believe. As for sites like this one I haven't found any that have a good community like here. Most tend to be stuck up people that love to name call and say stuff like leet and coolz and I pwn u lol though I haven't looked very hard.
Yeah I dislike Java personally. And made C# and C++ as my language of choice. However there are a large portion of employment where I live which asks for Java, so I could see that being something to teach.
and isnt the linux kernel written in c?
isn't it somewhat like what I said? and didn't I say I have no interest in that, and also that there are no jobs where I live for that?
you know it is possible to write good software without objects?
When I was learning C# and .NET, one of the things I did was a PoS (Point of Sale) software, with a Host/server side and a client side. Was under 5000 line of code (with half that pre-generated Visual studio code). Now if I did this in C, that would have been what? 1000000 line of codes? Point is, for any business it is financially much more beneficial to pick what will give you faster productivity.
actually that would be you in my opinion. and i never said a buisness wouldnt care about how long it takes to write the actual code. i said that its not neccesarily faster. i can and have ran buisnesses just fine. in my opinion it is you who can't
well, today i have gotten into a few debates. and there isnt really a best language out there. it depends on what you want to do and how you want to do it. although, when i asked about it, GO! seemed to be pretty unpopular
Your profile has you as 17. Also, "I could care less" means you care somewhat. The phrase you are looking for is "I couldn't care less" which implies that you care so little, it would not be possible to care less.