Thanks to all for your responses. It was very much useful for me. But it raised few doubts in my mind about my career options as people are thinking that perl can't be good career option/ dying language. Currently I know java. I am planning to improve my servlets and JSP skills. In my job - I also use perl. So I also want to improve skills in this and acquire new skills.
Based on suggestions - I am planning to learn PHP aswell. Do you think Java, perl and PHP make a good career choice? Or do u suggest to replace PHP with ruby and python?
Please all try to respond. It will be useful for my career. Thanks a lot
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