Most stuff in Linux is written in C or C++ plus various toolkits for GUI creation. In the case of GNOME this would be C++ and the "Gimp ToolKit" GTK.zolly wrote:Which programming language is used for making applications (with GUI) in Ubuntu ?
Strange question. Why does that matter??? You can write GUI applications in Python if that was your question. In fact many of the command shell programming languages (bash, perl, python, Tcl/Tk, ruby, many more) can be used to produce GUI programs, it's just a matter of using the right libraries for your application. Python has e.g. libraries such as PyGTK with which you can write full GNOME applications in that language if you wanted to ...zolly wrote:What about Python ? Is it used in some applications ?
I know. But in the industry there are too many managers who like this BS, they just love Java and C# ... And as you know, managers don't necessarily decide stuff based on technical merits as e.g. I as admin would do. But fact is you can make lots of money as programmer if you're good at this BS. Especially if you apply Microsoft's tactics: Make your programs slow and broken, and then claim it's a feature. If it's more or less good despite these shortcomings your customer will pay you for years to come just to supply badly needed patches ...hairy_Palms wrote:PS Seriously mono/.net sucks, why learn C# ?
its the complexity of C++ with the execution speed and resource requirements of java.........
Some of them do. There many "Microsoft-lovers" amongst managers. They'd love to have cow dung on their desks if only Microsoft produced it ... Hey wait, Windows operating systems are actually very close to thathairy_Palms wrote:yeah i know managers love java, i didnt know they loved C# though.
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