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#11
Well, not all instructors are good instructors, but before I got into Java, I knew only VB. When I did get taught, I had a good instructor and my experience did not hurt as much.

Can't say that for everyone.

EDIT: I would say though is that experience is the best teacher, but that would discredit Java and I don't want to do that.
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#12
I've been out of programming for so fucking long, but this thread presents an age-old, classic argument.

If you really want to learn, just pick your poison and drink the poison.

Whatever you learn first, do this: https://pirates-forum.org/Thread-Learnin...curriculum
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#13
I would think that the best way to determine any choice of language is to determine ones general direction of interests (web site/networking/science/sysadmin/kernel/database/documents/gaming, etc) and see which language has the most diverse libraries for it.
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