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IamAdonis
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2009/07/15 21:20:55 (permalink)

Web Development Trend

Just a question for us Geeks.  I am a software developer, just Graduated.  Question is what would you prefer for web developing if you had to pick from the following
 
Server side Scriting>
JSP/Servlets
PHP
Pearl
 
Databases>
Mysql
Oracle
 
Just want to get a feel for what people think is the trend at the moment regarding the above.  I understand this list isnt complete XML etc, but I want to concentrate on the above.
 
Thanks
 
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    CalderaVII
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    Re:Web Development Trend 2009/07/15 22:53:14 (permalink)
    PHP and Mysql
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    chickensticks
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    Re:Web Development Trend 2009/07/15 23:13:20 (permalink)
    PHP, Python, Oracle. I just use an ORM instead of bothering to learn mysql, i don't see the point.
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    MT2006
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    Re:Web Development Trend 2009/07/15 23:29:29 (permalink)
    I use PHP and SQL, and know some JavaScript (I should really teach myself more). I am self taught - had no prior coding experince or know how (look very hard at first), first learnt HTML then CSS, then PHP and SQL. Picked up JavaScript as I went, as it was needed for some of the requests clients make (its now my job - I work with "Wiffers" off here). 
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    1ManRiot
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    Re:Web Development Trend 2009/07/15 23:36:42 (permalink)
    I can do very basic HTML and CSS, self taught.  Wouldn't know where to start with SQL or PHP but then I've no need to use any, I just did it for "fun".  Would love to know how to use Java properly.

    I used to be good at Visual Basic back in the day!  Does it still even exist!?

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    indie
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    Re:Web Development Trend 2009/07/15 23:38:14 (permalink)
    Depends what type of thing your trying to develop. 
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    IamAdonis
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    Re:Web Development Trend 2009/07/16 00:25:22 (permalink)
    Thanks for the responses lads. 
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