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Have you ever wondered what your personality has to do with your coding interest? I have. Also, if you want to know which coding or programming language you should learn that matches your personality, then I have an answer for you. I just found out this recently and willing to share it with you. Hopefully, this helps you figure out what to do next, especially if you are a beginner.

Personalities of Every Coder

Coders have either one or all of these personalities in different measures. Some do have a more percentage of one or two and less percentage of two or two. You will find yourself in each of these personalities but there’s one that stands out more for you.

Personality #1

Your underlying strength is empathy, visualization, the anticipation of behavior, and communication. You like to map out processes and imagine where people’s pain points are. You look at problems from multiple angles. You also look at the big-picture about the consequences of today’s actions. Storytelling, exploring, listening, and sharing is your prowess.

Programming Languages you should Learn

  • HTML5: Learn HTML5 so you can start building & editing web pages. As you may have known, HTML defines the structure of websites. Learning this will help you build webpages that matches users need and what users value.
  • CSS: With CSS, you will learn how to style and visually organize HTML.

Career Opportunities

You will fit best in product marketing, customer support, publishing, sales management, and product design.

Personality #2

Your underlying strengths are strategizing, context switching, long-term vision, and attention to detail. You spend time making lists, having impacts, and being the group leader. You are good at prioritization, delegating tasks, organizing groups, and encouraging others. You tend to juggle several things at once, knowing when to keep working and when the job is done.

Programming Languages you should Learn

  • SQL: With SQL, you learn to work with databases. As of today, SQL is the most common tool for pulling data from databases.
  • Python: is one of the most popular programming languages in the world! It can be used for everything from web development to data science. This is because it is packed with a robust set of tools.

Career Opportunities

You will fit best in product management, business analysis, and brand strategy.

READ: The Protagonist Personality Type

Personality #3

Your underlying strengths are logic, patience, communication, and attention to detail. You mostly do not panic in the face of complexity. You work your way through things by breaking them down into manageable chunks and then tackle them with the tools you have at your disposal. You find planning, building structures, thinking in systems, puzzles, adapting to change, and learning new technologies as your go-to activities.

Programming Languages you should Learn

  • JavaScript: is a popular language used by web developers to power the websites on the internet.
  • Python: is one of the most popular programming languages in the world! It can be used for everything from web development to data science. This is because it is packed with a robust set of tools.

Career Opportunities

You will fit best in product strategy, business operations, and software engineering.

Personality #4

Your underlying strengths are curiosity, communication, and attention to detail. You gravitate towards doing research and questioning things in order to be prepared with an answer. You use your insights to formulate a plan, and working with others to see it through. You like investigating mysteries, learning constantly, taking a step back, and that “aha!” moment when you see the big picture.

Programming Languages you should Learn

  • R: is a statistical programming language created for data scientists and researchers. R provides you with all the tools you need to analyze data.
  • Python: is one of the most popular programming languages in the world! It can be used for everything from web development to data science. This is because it is packed with a robust set of tools.

Career Opportunities

You will fit best in user research, equity analysis, and data science.

Conclusion
If you are asking, I have found myself in all of these personality types. I am 20% personality 1, 21% personality 2, 28% personality 3 and 31% personality 4. Also, I know R and Python but improving on them consistently.

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