Hi All, I am wondering about direction of programming and languages to learn for those of us who have been introduced to more traditional languages like C, C++ and Java. How correct is that to say in the next 5 years web programming is most dominant? Or is there a better question to ask? What are the best things from traditional languages that remain in top of the line fast and small programs?
Inviting you to Toronto Tech Entrepreneurs session - January 20th, North York Civic Centre (401/Sheppard) - Come out and network with programmers, designers, investors, financial mentors and who knows you may find your own co-founder.
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My name is Seemein Saquib. I am from the School of Continuing Studies University of Toronto, we have a new Certificate: Mobile Business Technologies and Applications that we would like to let your members/groups know. Please see the link below:
Would it be possible to email this information to your members or groups?
It would be highly appreciated.
I see thank you.
Hi Mark, I could not join your group, it did not take me.why?