What are the best programming languages for data engineers?
By - Rohit Joshi • 8 months ago • 11.3k views
I'm looking for advise on best programming language for data engineers. I have about 6 years of experience in Java. I wish to switch to data engineering as it seems to have a lot of future scope and better salary. Which programming language can I start studying for better job opportunities?
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