I'd like to learn how to code in C++ and Assembly, but a lot of my experience is with web (PHP, MYSQL, CSS, JS/JQ). I've started my own Website development company called Alaska Web Hosting, and it's going to be very open-source.
Also, the only operating system I run anymore is Gentoo Linux. It is beautiful, and worth the effor to install and learn.
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