- Should I learn Java or Python?
- Is Java outdated 2020?
- Is Java dead now?
- Is Java become paid?
- Is Java a dying language?
- Is C harder than Java?
Should I learn Java or Python?
If you’re just interested in programming and want to dip your feet in without going all the way, learn Python for its easier to learn syntax.
If you plan to pursue computer science/engineering, I would recommend Java first because it helps you understand the inner workings of programming as well..
Is Java outdated 2020?
Although its initial release was nearly 30 years ago, Java is still one of the most in-demand and useful programming languages in modern technology. In fact, it holds the rank of number one in 2019 in a study conducted by CodingDojo and took the top spot in the TIOBE Index for February of 2020.
Is Java dead now?
Yes, Java is completely dead. It’s as dead as the most popular language in the world can be anyway. Java is completely obsolete, which is why Android is moving from their “sort of Java” to full blown OpenJDK.
It is often said by people, including myself, that once you learn programming, learning languages is easy. In that regard, yes, if you learned to program in any language, you will find JS easier. However, I personally don’t believe there is much Java related knowledge that can be easily transferred.
Is Java become paid?
Do you have to pay to use Java? No, not unless you want long-term support from Oracle. Starting with Java 11, Oracle provides two Java Development Kit releases, an OpenJDK build under the GPL open-source license and a commercial Oracle JDK build under a paid-for license.
Is Java a dying language?
Although the TIOBE index has shown Java to be a language in decline, it nevertheless remains comfortably at the top of the table. It might have dropped significantly between 2016 and 2017, but more recently its decline has slowed: it has dropped only 0.92% between October 2018 and October 2019.
Is C harder than Java?
Java is harder because … Java is more powerful and can do much more than C. For example, C doesn’t have a graphical user interface (GUI), and C doesn’t have any way to do object-oriented programming (OOP). It’s possible to write in Java in a C style, avoiding the new powerful features of Java.