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After Java, which language should be learned?

 
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Please include job market in prospective. Generally job market moves in the direction of productive language.
 
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For what purpose? To continue employment? Challenge you? Make it easy to meet girls?
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:For what purpose? To continue employment? Challenge you? Make it easy to meet girls?


Well in my case, you could say employment.
 
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Then that would greatly depend upon what area you are interested in. If it's anything to do with the web, I'd say JavaScript. And I mean, real JavaScript; not the lightweight fluff seen on most web pages. And including server-side scripting.
 
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Easy.... All of them.
 
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Steve Fahlbusch wrote:Easy.... All of them.

'cept java
You could start with .NET family of languages, then scripting languages followed by niche/domain specific languages
 
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