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Jan 2, 2012, 07:54 #1
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???? PERL, PEAR, XHTML,.net,Java,Python,C+,...????
Don't see myself suddenly dropping a bunch of cash to start using MicroSlop products, so maybe .net is a bad example, but bearing in mind that I mostly do my developments from scratch so have full control over what is used, why and when would I use the other languages?
Am I missing something important and if so what should I focus on next?
Jan 2, 2012, 16:02 #2
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If you are simply looking for something new, I recommend Ruby on Rails.
There seems to ALWAYS be jobs specifically seeking experience in RoR and I found it a lot of fun after spending "a lifetime" with PHP/MySQL/HTML/CSS/JS.
Jan 2, 2012, 18:28 #3
NetTuts+ Article That should help clear up most misconceptions about .NET you have.
I am a long term PHP user, was my first language and one I continue to use. However, I am fully enjoying C# (aka., flagship .NET language) along with the MVC framework for ASP.NET.Logic without the fatal effects.
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