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Hello.
What should I teach after the full learning html and css? JavaScript, Jquery or PHP?

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Apparently with YAP you do not know, but navigate to the frontend, so that JS (although without looking at the frontend I would advise as a first language python). If you do not know at least the basics of js, to learn jQ in any case, don't start, nothing good will come of it.
Then you can dip into something server-side, but by the time you yourself will know what you need and not the fact that it will be php.
So do not create more questions though, here's to you from the textbook David Flanagan - JavaScript. Detailed guidance...
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MySql, Perl, C, C++, C#, Assembler, Probably so, you can certainly look at esoteric languages, that would break down, but that's to your taste.
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Oh God ) And the specialist which direction You described? I had from Edward Scissorhands )
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domrachew : aspx? will be at Acme to do API for the server)
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The man is clearly in the direction of the web looks. Why would he C, C++, C#, and especially asm?
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Spokuha, I will evaluate and respond according to the degree of study and complexity, is learned and you can learn this this and this, I don't elaborate on the backend and frontend, to each his own. I would prefer to examine more, as the range of my interests is wider than server side, and this selection varies on a larger list of languages in different areas. I'd recommend obj-c, swift, well, as a finale java not by the fact that so took it, but I think java is the most poor language, lack of familiarity and undemanding to the interface(platform) on which you use. If delving into a matter of choice, can be long and useless to argue, but I expressed my thought, and not insist on it.
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Anthony Brend : Slim IT-humor is not for you...
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Sergey : this is all back-end. The essence of the question, of course, is not clear, but there's more Front-end(a), so where does the API for the server?
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Sergey : I think "the wonderful world of asm", especially after the html+css for a long time will discourage him from wanting to go to her computer)
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Anthony Brend : we're just kidding)
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I wouldn't say that. I'm a newbie and only read the first book on html and CSS, took courses on all the known resources as well as the author and questions of this nature I have many.) I back in 2010 I heard about Habr but did not bother to register... Well that day has come and I'm with You) there are so many interesting - I'm in shock, in fact, the issue decided to teach CAC advised first commentators, the word Python scares me)
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If you don't understand why you need 2 of these JAPANESE and one framework – it is better to quit programming.
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