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Which one would be the best one to learn?

by anil3434 / January 13, 2013 7:15 PM PST

<span id="INSERTION_MARKER">HI All,
<span>I work as product associate for contarct intelligence software company, Below mentioned are my skills, Can some one advise which language would be good for me to learn,
<span>> I create usability documents
<span>> Fair Idea about SQL
<span>>Fair Idea about C
<span>> Configuration management
<span>> Creating impact and change request documents.
<span>> Training clients on new releases
<span>

<span>My product build is frame work would be ruby on rails and DB is Mysql.
<span>

<span>Please Advise
<span>

<span>Thanks,
<span>Anil

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Re: language
by Kees_B Forum moderator / January 13, 2013 8:01 PM PST

I get the impression your English already is good enough.

So I don't see the need to learn a language, unless as a product associate you have to communicate with, say, French or Spanish speakers about their enhancement requests. But, of course, I might have the wrong feeling about the tasks a product associate does in your company.

Kees

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by anil3434 / January 13, 2013 11:21 PM PST
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HI Kees,

Thanks for your suggestion, It would be great if you can tell me what technical skills or programming language would boost my career.

Yes I accept my designation is bit weird but I do most of the things what a software business analyst do!!!

Can you suggest me some courses or any programming languages which would be promising for my professional growth.

Thanks,
Anil

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