Okay, well I have some goals regarding some of the things I would like to make in the future. One of my biggest goals is to try and make my own security software but I a am a long way from this yet. I am currently and learning malware removal and would later like to learn malware analyses. I also think that in order to make any security software I am going to also need to learn all the ins and out of Operating Systems. I have already signed up to a CompTIA course that I keep accessing on and off; I really do need to stick to that and complete it.
However until then I would like to dabble in gaming applications (software or web based gaming apps), virtual assistants (aka help bots). However I am still not sure what language to go for. At the moment I am thinking either Python or C#. Both of these languages have become very popular I have noticed. However with Python I think you can things for both Linux and Windows whereas I don't think you can do that with C#. Furthermore from my understanding these languages are good because of them being modern and simple. And it makes sense to use something that is now modern and designed with simplicity in mind. Also if I remember correctly one or two coders have said that learning some of these modern languages is good stepping stone for a career in that area. However I still can't decide between whether I should use python or c#. And I am right in thinking that Python can cater for both software and web apps right?
So what are your views on this? Also if that is some other specific language that you'd recommend for what I am saying please state so and why.
Why I am at it I also remember some coder saying choosing a program language is like choosing a horse lol.
Anyway over to you.