Writing code that any programmer who read can understand is a must-have skill for software developers. The fact is: only 20% of the programmers have the ability.

“Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.” — Martin Fowler


New programming languages are born every day. Dart, Go, Kotlin, Elixir and more! Beating the learning curve can be difficult, but there’s some tips that will help you to get through.

There are some steps you want to take to accelerate the learning process and increase your fluency in the programming language or framework you are learning.


We, humans, use language since ancient times to express ourselves and to communicate with each other. The same thing happens with programming languages. It is a tool made so humans can communicate with machines. Just as spoken languages, there are a lot of programming languages with different dialects, applicabilities, and contexts. Some are even called dead languages because no nation officially speaks it.