Code is the stock-in-trade of every developer, so you may wonder which programming languages you might use. A lot depends on which part of the Salesforce world you choose to work in.
The technology and language landscape for Salesforce is rich and broad. No matter your interests, you can find a niche to master. Since Salesforce oﬀers no-code customizations, every developer working in the Salesforce ecosystem will end up learning how to use the no-code tools that support their work, too. For instance, certain features that can be complex to implement, like wizards, data security rules, and basic user interface (UI) customizations, can all be can be accomplished without coding at all.
Developers with previous experience in enterprise software tend to make the easiest transition to working in the world of Salesforce. But this is by no means a requirement. Again, any developer can become a Salesforce developer. Many have joined directly from college or moved over from other software engineering experiences.