The first is the better option. Notice that the second circuit does not provide the output gate with the intended 0 V ground when the switch is closed. It is supplied a low level voltage through a voltage divider.
However, when the switch is closed in the first circuit, the gate's input is pulled down to ground, but slowly- as the cap discharges. This is what you want.
Edit also read all the comments. I agree with mkeith that, if this is for a microcontroller project, consider denouncing in firmware.
And jonk is right (as he often is) that there may be better, prepackaged, options depending on your needs.
Edit: 3.3 V will work fine with a 7414, provided you supply the IC with 5 V nominal on the VCC pin to power the chip. The resistors are up to you. The values of the resistors and capacitor affects the capacitor's charge/discharge time. Higher values provide more denouncing, but increase the wait time allowed between subsequent triggers. You might also want to add a voltage follower as an output stage.
Regarding your 7414 question in the comments: