One of the most frequently asked questions coming from the people planning to learn their first programming language is, “Which programming language should I learn first?“. With this new “simultaneous learning” format, we are trying to make that decision easier. Most programming languages are based on quite similar set of concepts and have interesting similarities in their syntax. So why not learn two programming languages at the same time?
As a beginner, you will be able to compare and contrast how each new concept is implemented in a slightly different manner in two programming languages. Consequently, not only will you establish a deeper understanding of the underlying concepts, but you will also save time by acquiring coding skills in two programming languages at the same time.
So how about we give it a shot? Select the pair of programming languages that you would like to begin with: