The quick answer is, VHDL, then Verilog. Yes, both! There is a lot of existing HDL out there, examples, complete “cores”, etc. and the one you need, or want to look at to get ideas, might be written in the HDL that you decided not to learn.
I learned VHDL first, and I’m working on Verilog here [...]
I’m a self learner. If I want to know about something, I’ll generally start with a Google search and usually end in shopping trip to Amazon (with a wish list full of the books I can’t afford yet.) When I decided to start FPGA development, I purchased my devboard and found the 5-star [...]