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nick191
nick191 • Sep 19, 2015

Which programming languages should I learn?

Hello guys,
I have done my B.Tech in E&C and pursuing M.Tech in Communication Engineering. I want to do job now then i would be going for higher studies M.Des (maybe) then Ph.D (Artificial Intelligence or Robotics). I would like to know which programming languages i should learn and in which order to enter in the industry. I am thinking of C/C++, Python, Linux, VHDL, SPICE/PSPICE (Not sure about this one !), MATLAB.
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Sep 19, 2015
Do you have any prior exposure to programming?
sir,i am pursuing computer science engineering in belgaum,karnataka
my project is data exchange between notepad and excel sir
how we will do or on which base we will do sir ?
please suggest me
ComputerWizard
ComputerWizard • Sep 20, 2015
I would say one of the C programming scripts (although not C# as it is mainly for software) and C and C++ are the best ones for hardware programming
c and c++
nick191
nick191 • Nov 8, 2015
so
Kaustubh Katdare
Do you have any prior exposure to programming?
Sorry for being so late, i do have some knowledge of programming. I knew C C++ once but now i forgot everything, i also practiced MATLAB for awhile but not that so much of high level, only Signal Processing programs i.e generating Noise, Signal etc no hardware interface, also learned TCL used for Network Simulator. I haven't mastered anything. I know little about most of this languages.
I just need proper guidance so that i can get a good job.
In few days nVidia is also coming for placement do you have any advice or guide to crack it ?

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