Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:I think you didn't get a reply because there's no right/wrong answer to this. Learning anything new is good.
I agree with this. Also, it really depends on what you are looking to do. If it's purely out of financial motivations, you could scan job boards and forums in your area to see what skills are most valued, and learn those. Find out what problems are most important to the world/businesses nowadays, and which programming tools/skills are required to solve them.
In the end, you know your strengths and weaknesses, and I do not believe that three months will change your core strengths much. I suggest you look for areas where you would fit in the best!
She'll be back. I'm just gonna wait here. With this tiny ad: