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I have started my career in SUPPORT as an linux admin now its going to complete one year.
Now, i want to move from support so i have started learning perl scripts.Can anyone tell is it good for me because if i will continue in SUPPORT it will be an difficult to come out after few years.
So, friends please provide your valuable suggestions.
How about learning Python??? Any suggestion about PERL vs Python?
Python is very heavily used within RHEL and clons, I had to learn python due to not being able to install additioanl libraries in a secure environment I was working it. As Python is used in the system-config tools on EL6, there were many many more useful libraries installed for it, so was a good motivation to learn that as well.