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interestingengineering.com/top-9-languages-engineers-need-know

Jun 8, 2016 ... In order to help you decide which language to learn, we have assembled the top 9 languages that engineers NEED to know! **Each language has a 'Need to Know' Locations which describes the key locations where knowing this language would be important. This was added to better help you pick which ...

www.thebalance.com/take-this-quiz-to-find-out-if-you-should-be-an-engineer-4083206

Mar 20, 2017 ... This quiz can help you find out if you should become an engineer. See if you have the ... Language arts and history. Science and math. ... I can see all four! Eeeny meeny miny moe... I read the reviews and then decide which one I will like best. Will see the sequel to a movie I saw and loved. I hope it's good.

ask.slashdot.org/story/08/07/07/211258/learn-a-foreign-language-as-an-engineer

Jul 7, 2008 ... If you want to work just in the US, I don't think another language would be all that much of an advantage. If you want to go work in Europe, or some other place with lots of cultures, then English should be somewhat standard. Other good languages to know would probably include French, German, Spanish, ...

www.fluentin3months.com/engineer

You will never ever know a language perfectly, so you will never be “ready” if you define ready as “not being able to make any mistakes”. Aiming for this level of readiness is ludicrous and the result is that most people will never even try to use their language, despite years of study. It's the same in engineering; heat loss, ...

www.quora.com/Which-programming-language-is-most-suitable-for-a-mechanical-engineer

MATLAB is probably the most common language that you will find mechanical engineers using. ... A major downfall to these languages is that they are general purpose languages without any good (free) scientific libraries, so if you want to use them to do engineering analysis then you'll either have to write the libraries ...

tryengineering.org/ask-expert/how-will-i-know-if-engineering-right-me

Through resources on this webpage and other questions within this series, you can learn more about what engineers do to help you better answer this question for yourself. Understanding what an engineer is and what the profession is about is the first step in answering the question, “Is it right for me?” If you have not done  ...

www.roberthalf.com/blog/salaries-and-skills/what-is-the-best-programming-language-for-your-backend-developer-career

Jul 1, 2017 ... To determine whether you want to learn C, C++ or Java, it's important to know what sort of backend developer you want to be: Job postings for mobile application developer roles (a hot hiring area) often ask for knowledge of Java and related frameworks and tools. Software engineers might be expected to ...

www.thehindu.com/opinion/open-page/the-six-myths-about-engineering-you-should-know/article454102.ece

Scientists (physicists, in this case) will try to explain the optical properties which different materials possess. If someone tries to use the optical properties to make a microscope or a camera, he will be an engineer. Scientists establish facts which engineers exploit to make things useful to society. History would tell you that ...

www.networkcomputing.com/data-centers/12-hot-programming-languages-infrastructure-pros/1108374113

Oct 18, 2016 ... If you're a network engineer, systems administrator, storage manager or other infrastructure professional, knowing a programming language (or two or ... While automation tools available can handle some of this work for you, it's always a good idea for administrators to be able to write their own scripts.