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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2008 6:27 pm 
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Hi everyone and happy new year! Open question: what are the hottest programming languages that employers are looking for now?
Thanks, in advance. 8)


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Or if your from the Florida area or by the Mexico border. Spanish would help allot.


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you guys are funny... :D :D :D but isint microsofts programming language in demand? i forget what its called im not to strong in programming.


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I would say Hindi myself, since India seems to be where they toss a lot of programming jobs these days... :)

There's no pat answer for that question. It varies depending on region and the companies you are interested in. You'd probably want to look at several of the job sites and see what's being posted for in your area or where you want to go.


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At any point in time you can find someone using just about any language you pick.

c++, java, .net, php are among the more modern ones that are commonly used, but I also know a lot of people using things like sas, cobol, fortran, asm, lisp, basic, matlab, ....

In the long run knowing any one shouldn't make a difference. Once you know what you are doing picking up a new language is easy. If a company is stressing knowing some particular language over good programing/design skills, I wouldn't work for them.


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