Next up was Ruby, and I would recommend this language to anyone trying to learn how to code. As mentioned earlier ruby is a very forgiving language. There is no declaration of a var, no need to describe the type (int, String, Bool), but most importantly it is very readable. Someone with no programming can make a pretty strong guess as to what a method is doing just by reading the syntax. Then when I got into Ruby on Rails, I truly so how powerful and useful the language was.
I learned many other languages such as Node.js, Angular.js, and SQLite. From what I learned about all these languages is that they are all similar in terms of logic, however they differ in syntax. In my opinion, as long as your understand the logic, you will be able to write in virtually any programming language.