I started out as any other student doing A-levels, being force-fed the idea that to have any semblance of success in life I have to be looking at universities, which I partly believed. After passing my A-levels and planning to take a gap-year to mull over going to University, worrying about the £40,000+ debt once I finish, then the job hunt, where you are competing with hundreds (if not thousands) of starry-eyed graduates that have the same degree. What I quickly learned about the IT industry, however, is that a degree doesn't tell a employer how good you are at writing code, because in the industry, experience takes precedence.
So, I recently dove into the world of esolang and weirdlang programming languages, where the creators try to take the idea of a programming language to the limit with over the top minimalism or weirdness. Here are 6 programming languages I thought were interesting – and some of the weirdest or most obscure!