But now, I'm looking to broaden my knowledge and plunge outside of my comfort zone of MS technologies. Now the question arises, what should I learn next? This is not a generic: what language is best type of question, please bear with me. Should I focus on the market, and learn the language that developers are most sought for? Should I take something similar to what I know and learn that (java for an example. I know it's not really that similar, but at least the syntax will be familiar to me). Or should I learn something that seems interesting and fun to me? It's quite early in my career, and I still haven't started working (I've had a couple of side-jobs, nothing long-term/serious) and have a few years before I'll "have" to start working. So there's plenty of time for me to learn more stuff. Long story cut short: should I focus on the market, my personal preferences, or just try to learn as much as I can?
This post has been edited by RexGrammer: 22 December 2013 - 01:07 PM