Jumping back into Development world....need advice!
I'm more into the server-side of things, and in that respect, PHP is not a bad choice, though there is more money (but fewer total jobs) for Ruby (on Rails) developers. If you seek to up your PHP skills, I'd recommend the book PHP 5 Objects, Patterns, and Practice by Matt Zandstra, and maybe spend $10 for a month at www.laracasts.com to see some of Jeffrey's excellent tutorials on the Laravel framework for PHP and some general PHP stuff, too. Getting comfortable with database design concepts and SQL is also very important.
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