Knowing basics of programming is essential if you want to get into Product Development. Even if you are not a programmer, you should know the differences between a programming language and framework and when to use them. Imagine you coordinate a project and you don’t know which programmers you will need in your team in different stages. You will most likely end up ricocheting back and forth between front-end and back-end programmers who won’t be willing to devote their time to your project.
You may ask “Ok, but how can I learn all the languages?” Learning HTML, CSS, Java, PHP, SQL, Python, Ruby and Ajax might take years. It’s like studying foreign languages. However, who said you need to know them all.
This infographic by WhoIsHostingThis.com is an easy guide through programming languages for those who want to get a general idea or wish to start a programming career and are not sure which language to learn.
For more information about where to learn how to code, read WHY and HOW to Learn to Code.