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    My question is related to my career.Myself Sylvie Skew, presently a homemaker. I am planning to again start my career after a long time.I have experience in application development, but now I want to start with website development and designing. I already have knowledge of HTML, Oracle, MySql. But for Frontend coding which S/W should I learn? So many are available in market today.
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    Good question and one that eludes me to this day. The best advice I can offer is to look at junior positions and see what skills they are looking for and then go for that. At the end of the day, if you become proficient in something there will be a use for it somewhere. You often get a lot of people sneering at php for example, but there are still a lot of companies looking for php developers for example.

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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