Just some advice please.

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    Account Upgraded | Title Enabled! bnmz4 is offline
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    Just some advice please.

    Hello,

    I've recently started at university studying Computing and I.T.

    My dream is to become an Android application/Game developer but I'm just looking for a bit of advice.

    I want to use unity.

    What other programmes would you recommend also what programming languages would you recommend learning, I've heard java and or kotlin aswell as C++?

    If you can help it would be greatly appreciated.

    Many thanks
    Ben


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    Programmer cyberinferno is offline
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    Re: Just some advice please.

    I think you should take a look at JavaScript as it is a very popular scripting language which can fit into many roles. It can be used to build web frontend (ReactJS, Angular, VueJS etc.), web backend (NodeJS), cross platform desktop applications (Electron) and mobile applications (React Native, Vue Native, Ion etc.). So whichever route you want to pursue in the future you can use the same scripting language.

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    cats addicted Zorno is offline
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    Re: Just some advice please.

    When you want to use Unity, all you need is C# and maybe some php/html5.
    If you really want to learn more, learn C++ and how to wrap to unity (dont know but i recently read something about using C++ natively in unity).
    Also you should maybe get some knowledge about Android Studio

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    Novice jessicle is offline
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    Generally, I recommend doing some research to find what languages are in demand in your area or the area you wish to work.
    However, some languages are more versatile than others. For example, Java is a great all-around language that can be used for Android development, web development, and more. Kotlin is also a versatile language that is gaining popularity. C++ is another good option, particularly if you're interested in game development. References I took from an article about computer languages. Ultimately, it's important to find a language that you enjoy working with and that meets your needs. There are many great options out there, so don't be afraid to experiment until you find the right fit.
    Last edited by jessicle; 1 Week Ago at 03:01 PM. Reason: additional info



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