I'm going to be the weirdo here: I don't have a go-to programming language.
I like python. It's nice for simplicity, and I'm ok with the whitespace thing. I never get to apply this skill professionally though.
I like java. Tools like Spring Boot where almost anything you want to do is there already, and you can build pretty big things with a couple of config classes, a few interfaces, and some annotations.
Same here, mostly any of these three or c#, when it comes to programming.
The only reason I use JS more than the others is that it's really simple to just open the console in Chrome and start typing...
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