I may be too busy soon to really lean into this, but I've decided it's high time I knew a general programming language besides python. (I used to know some php and a tiny bit of JS, but that was ages ago, and I don't even really know what php is used for anymore. I'll continue to learn JS whether I like it or not in the coming semesters, but afaik if I want to learn C that's all on me) I was thinking I should check out a Coursera course or something since they're pretty low pressure, and maybe once I get the basics just dive in on some simple project and pick up what I need as I go But Coursera's low-pressure also kinda translates into low-usefulness a lot of the time in my (admittedly limited) experience. So I'm wondering what ya'll'd recommend, if anything. Also if anyone has any argument why I should be learning something besides C++ I'm open to that as well.