Along the way, I've come to appreciate different aspects of each language (although I must admit, I struggled to find much to like about some of them). Some languages are object-oriented; some are procedural; some are functional; and a few are declarative. Most are compiled (and strongly typed) languages; some are interpreted (with a combination of strong typing, dynamic typing, and duck typing); and so on.
Tell us in the forums what type of programming language you prefer. And, let's not make this a "my language is better than yours" discussion, but rather focus on what kind of languages we prefer.
J.JaDisclosure of Justin's industry affiliations: Justin James has a working arrangement with Microsoft to write an article for MSDN Magazine. He also has a contract with Spiceworks to write product buying guides.
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Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.