Main Question or Discussion Point
I'm a physics undergrad and was wondering which programming classes are most useful/beneficial; python, linux, c++, java, etc...
the phys dept only requires me to take c++, but i wanted to see what else would be useful in the long run, even the ones that aren't required. Thanks for the reply anyways!What does your departmental program specify as the required computer programming course or courses? Beyond that, I am only guessing that ANY and ALL programming languages or other such courses could be useful for a Physics student.
Your department MUST have a computer programming course requirement for undergraduate degree in Physics! At least one introductory course.
the phys dept only requires me to take c++, but i wanted to see what else would be useful in the long run, even the ones that aren't required. Thanks for the reply anyways!
Review, practice, and improve yourself at programming in your C++, and then later, you could decide better which other language to learn.I say this all the time, so why not say it again? I think you will find it much more useful to learn programming than a programming language.