is python more popular than coldfusion?
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Wed Jan 5 15:08:32 EST 2005
On Wed, 05 Jan 2005 13:54:53 -0600, Mike Meyer <mwm at mired.org> wrote:
> beliavsky at aol.com writes:
> >>is python more popular than coldfusion?
> > For your specific purpose of learning a language to get a job, I
> > suggest visiting the site http://mshiltonj.com/sm/categories/languages/
> > , where it appears that Python is mentioned about as often as Fortran
> > or Ada in job listings at dice.com . Apart from Java, two languages in
> > demand are C++ and Visual Basic. C++ may be easier to learn along with
> > Java since the syntax is similar, but VB is a very easy language to
> > learn and use.
> SQL is also in pretty high demand in the places I watch. Problem is,
Umm, but SQL is not a _programming_ language. If you're job requires
DB stuff, knowledge of SQL would probably be a requisite, but SQL
alone, of course, won't do much good.
> they usually want *specific* SQL variants, so it's a fragmented
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