What is a the next language to learn after Perl
Does this mean you have learned all of Perl? If so, how did you manage that? :-)
Seriously, many people say that every good programmer should learn at least one procedural, one functional, one object oriented and one declarative/logic-oriented language.
Procedural you have covered with Perl (though of course Perl is multi-paradigm), so you could next attack functional with Lisp or Haskell, or object oriented with Eiffel (very nice pure OO language) or Java (very wide spread, but IMHO not as elegant as Eiffel), or Prolog.
- links to (nearly) everything that is Perl 6.
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