I agree with FlexVault. Plus, I am doing admin work too...Barring the freeze periods, we are neck deep with day to day activities. In my case, even if I get 15 mins to write or revise Perl Script, it seems to keep me from blanking out on Perl. :)
So I would humbly suggest to get very well versed in Perl, as that will be more than enough for what we admins do. And yeah, some good perl books (see my signature) and Perlmonks (again, see my signature) will do you a lot of good.
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