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There are two sides of your question which I am interpreting (and may be I am wrong), but this is how I see it : You can choose your language based on the ease of learning. You can choose your language based on the support for that particular implementation. Let's talk about first- I have used both Python and Java implementations and I agree with Peter, ...


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According to the TIOBE Index Java is still the number one language for programming. Java will also net you the most online support because of this on for example Stack Overflow. JavaScript is becoming more popular though, certainly with the rising of NodeJS. I would bet on JavaScript more then Java or C#, since its the language of the web. For a decent ...


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I am assuming that you: want to become competent programmer, with goal to learn programming beyond Selenium automation. have nobody around to ask for guidance (if you do, ask locally) also want to be able to write simple tools supporting QA tasks, and beyond. Python is widely considered as best language for beginners (MIT among others). It works much ...


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See, you can learn Selenium with any language whether it is C#, Java, Ruby, Python etc. It doesn't matter application which you are going to test has been developed in which language, you can test the C# application in Selenium with Java. In addition to it, you don't need to learn any of these language completely for working with automation. You should know ...


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If you want to learn from scratch I think that Java will be good, because there is a huge amount of support from the community in this language (I think most of the people use Java with WebDriver). I've started with Java and for any question or trouble there always was somebody that could help me. Now I'm using Python with Selenium, and experience that ...



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