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re: What are you not interested in learning? VIEW POST

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  1. Outdated technologies. I don't care to learn development environments that were popular in the 90's and early 00's like Powerbuilder, SQL Windows, Foxpro, ColdFusion, etc. I do know VB6 but I don't want to be stuck only doing that.

  2. Languages outside of the C/C++ linage (ie ones other than C++/Java/C# type languages). While there are some intellectually interesting languages out there, I prefer to stick with what has worked well for me.

  3. A lot of CLI stuff. I did a lot of CLI back in the early DOS days. I wrote my own tools to automate a lot of this. Having to use a lot of CLI to do stuff is annoying to me and makes me want to write tools to automate it (again).

 

oh my, Powerbuilder. Brings back memories :D

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