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    A front-end dev turns software dev. Learning curve?

    A very general question, I know but for reasons not relavant to this post I'm considering taking a job with a company that is primarily software focused. They work a lot in the 4th dimension development environment. So a lot of relation DB stuff. Some oracle, some SQL etc...

    I fall pretty squarely in the front-end arena. I'm most at home with the associated languages and PHP with SQL DB. I know it's high dependent on the individual but generally speaking how steep of a learning curve would an fornt end type at least familiar with relational DB design and object oriented programing?

    Thanks.

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    if you are already familiar with php and sql, the learning curve will not be too steep at all

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