I've been focusing on XSL and XQuery, but Python's on my list to do
although I want to do a turn in Perl first, very versatile.
Just a javascript background.


On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 2:24 PM, jenny <jennynotanyd...@gmail.com> wrote:
> A newly-minted library school grad who has up to this point focused my
> studies on Rare Books and Book Arts, I've been interested in getting
> back into some programming--I took two classes in college
> (VisualBASIC), have a smattering of web design and php, MySQL,
> exposure, but I'd like to try my hand at teaching myself a language in
> my free time. My partner is a former dotcom programmer (now studying
> neuroscience) and has offered to assist when needed, so I'm not
> completely on my own (thank goodness).
> My question is, where would you recommend I would begin? What's hot
> right now in the library world? Python, PERL, Ruby? Any advice you'd
> have for a beginner like me or even recommendations for online courses
> would be extremely appreciated
> JC

Dana Pearson

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