Join Lynn Langit for an in-depth discussion in this video Programming languages, part of Cloud Computing Career Paths and Certifications: First Steps.
- [Lynn] An additional point I want…to make in this section is to talk about…which of the developer programming languages…seem to be emerging as most commonly used,…because it is really challenging if you're…coming out of particularly an Enterprise background…and maybe you've been programming in C++…or Java or one of the older languages…to try to figure out which languages…you might want to add to your repertoire…so that you can be more viable in cloud development.…I find that the most frequently used languages,…and again, this might reflect my bias…living in the west coast of the US,…are Node, Node.js or Python.…
In particular, the Google cloud tends to…almost always support Python and most of…the new services are written and first…the STK is released for Python.…Node seems to have the broadest support…across all three of the major vendor clouds,…and I think it's significant because…it allows you as a developer to be able…to more easily work across the clouds.…That being said, I personally think C#…is a great language and it's interesting…
- Reviewing IT pro, developer, analyst, and architect roles
- Reviewing IT pro skills, including virtualization, networking, and scripting
- Working with programming languages
- Reviewing AWS, Azure, GCP, and IBM certifications
- Reviewing cloud career paths
- Understanding emerging technologies and careers
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Google Cloud Platform Essential Trainingwith Lynn Langit3h 56m Intermediate
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