Does an Easy Language Get a Bad Reputation? - The Daily Overpass #651
Hi, guys! Today's video is about does an easy language get a bad reputation? I will talk about my take on it, but I guess in reality languages don't matter all that much. Want to know why? Watch the full video and leave your comments!
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First, I have never been first lol. Thanks for doing these so often and for being so honest and candid. You inspired me to continue making apps and would be happy, to be 10% as successful as you! Is there a live stream tonight btw
Thanks a lot for the content you make, I'm following you like forever. Anyway, I just wanna ask you about the best emulator for IOS(Fast, Good And efficient.)
Thanks a lot again, for the content you make, I hope you the best :)
Yep it's all about the coder some languages could've make it much easier for the programmer and other languages required more time and much suffering to get what u want "limitation is a bitch👎 "but at the end it's all about the Coder, and for which is better IOS VS ANDROID well FUCK IOS AND FUCK EVERYTHING ABOUT IT Android always ROCKS BABY🍻
Short answer: No. one is not “better” than the other. The question also ignores the fact that you can write code on each platform in multiple languages. It’s more important that the code makes the app performant, doesn’t waste resources and allows the developer to be productive. Users won’t care what language code is written in if the software solves their problem and is done well.
Hey Eric, it's been 2 months since I started android development and I have been trying to develop simple apps for myself but I am not able to finish the app completely can u plz suggest me any advice?
Some developers take languages too seriously from what I've heard. For instance, Java guys want everyone to code in Java and make fun of PHP. With that said, Python is an easy language but has a solid reputation on the market. Talking about Android Vs. iOS, I'm thinking of jumping into cross-platform at first and then native Android.
I think what you said is very important, developers need to keep learning and growing.
When it comes to easy languages, in those cases you will find the better developers have the years behind them in the sense that the ones that aren't really cut out for programming will drop out fairly quickly.
Hello Eric, thanks for sharing all these information. I'd like to ask how can I have multiple Google play developer acvounts... Is there any hacks that I can use in order to avoid the suspension of all the accounts. Thanks 😊
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