I did end up with PHP, mostly because the guys I graduated with were already using it. Have only taken a small look at Ruby, Elixir, and (most recently) ASP.NET Core. Time is my biggest setback currently, but I would probably be trying to learn more of either Elixir or ASP.NET Core if I had more time.
Yeah, I dove straight into .NET Framework because of the internship and job opportunities I had early on. There was a natural leap to .NET Core when that came out, which is what I primarily use now for work.
However, I've been doing A LOT of Node work lately. It's just so easy to bootstrap a prototype and get something visual quickly.
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