Computer Languages

Computer Languages are languages used by humans to tell computers what to do. There are multiple types of computer languages, but for purposes of organization I don't currently distinguish between them.

Deeper Knowledge on Computer Languages

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)


C++ is a general-purpose extension of the C language

HyperText Markup Language (HTML)

The standard markup language for content on the web


An open-source, statically typed, compiled programming language


A cross-platform, object-oriented programming language


The language of the web until WASM takes over


Knowledge about Markdown


A software architecture in which applications are made up of loosely coupled services

Open-Source Programming Languages

A list of open-source programming languages I've learned (at least a little bit)


PowerShell: A command-line shell and scripting language

Python (Programming Language)

An object-oriented and functional programing language where whitespace matters

Structured Query Language (SQL)

The language of relational data


TypeScript: A programming language that adds optional static typing to JavaScript

Visual Studio Code (VS Code)

An extensible code editor for software engineers

Broader Topics Related to Computer Languages

Software Engineering

Engineering approaches to software development

Computer Languages Knowledge Graph