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What are the top programming tools you want to learn in 2020?
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PaoloAmoroso

It's still early in the year and it's worth considering some projects or goals. So, besides the top languages you want to learn in 2020, what are the top programming tools you want to learn this year?

I'd like to learn more about Git/GitHub. And, since I focus on Python, pytest too.

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ourmemories
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hyperupcall
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amasad
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ArjunSS1
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hyperupcall

tools related to networking. so actually learning how to use ip and ss from iproute2. i've been debugging a lot of networking issues lately so it would actually be pretty usefull for me.

first on the list would probably become more proficient with kubernetes. still feel like a beginner at times with the errors i make when declaring and deploying my cluster

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JacobMacLeod

I'd like to learn Java - I currently know python and JavaScript. Maybe C++/C/C#, and Tensorflow too, they are good things to know!

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theangryepicbanana

I keep meaning to look into Go more, but I'd also like to get more into F#

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JackFly26

@theangryepicbanana "go is stupid"

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theangryepicbanana

@ThatSmart yes but it's not like I'll be able to avoid it with what I'm planning to to go into

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MatthewDoan1

@theangryepicbanana Which is what?

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theangryepicbanana

@MatthewDoan1 doing something at repl.it

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Vandesm14

I really want to learn Assembly. I've always had the passion for web development, but it gets boring sometimes when everything is easy. I'd love to dive deep into the architecture of Assembly and learn how to make programs in it. I've always had the idea of learning, but never found the right motivation since it's hard learning Assembly coming from web dev.

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PaoloAmoroso

@Vandesm14 Assembly is fascinating, and it may come in handy for using WebAssembly.

Any tools you'd like to learn this year?

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mwilki7

are we talking

push %rdx mov %rcx, %rdx xor %r8, %r8

kind of assembly?

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Vandesm14
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@Vandesm14 Repl cant run assembly, but https://www.onlinegdb.com/ can

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Vandesm14
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@Vandesm14 Huh, didnt know that

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JacobMacLeod

@Vandesm14 It can run assembly? Cool!

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MatthewDoan1

Spring Boot, definitely.

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ArjunSS1

I want to learn more about pygame and turtle and makes games with discord bots.