Started with good old Python2.7.
My first program was:
print "Hello, World!"
First started with Racket (a Scheme dialect) more than 15 years ago, though I couldn't write a line of code in it today if my life depended on it without having the documentation to look through.
The first time I did any even remotely serious coding though (that is, coding for reasons other than just trying to learn how computers work) was about 10 years ago when I first learned Lua, C, AVR assembly, MSP430 assembly, and then finally Python (in that order, over the course of about 6 months).
The first programming language I was formally taught was Visual Basic in school. At university, the first language we used was Arduino C++.
It would have been a very minimalist implementation of BASIC. I'm not even sure it supported GOSUB.
I started with Pascal in high-school!
write ('Hello world!')
Visual Basic 6.0 🙄
Started with C++ on Code::Blocks 😅
echo "Hello World!";
I was around 15 when I decided I wanted to be a video game dev, I had a friend in college that had dev lessons. I asked to get his notes and started with Pascal (quickly switched to C).
printf("hello world from C");
Locomotive BASIC, back in the 80's, but I then didn't program for nearly 20 years. In 2008 I learned Python.
BASIC on an Apple II.
My first 2 languages were C and assembly.
I really wanted to become some kind of hardware engineer so I started by learning how the iron works.
At the end I become a web developer.
Action script 3
My first program was :
Can you detect the language 😉
Console.log("Hello World ")
Technically Python 2 was the first I wrote code with, but the first language I actually learnt was VB.net.
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