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I am a computer science graduate and want to learn web application development. I have learned HTML,CSS and JavaScript. I have knowledge of Oracle and medium knowledge of C++.

Now I want to learn a server side scripting language. I am really confused what language should I learn. Personally I want to learn Java because I have learned Java SE pretty well. But though Java is a powerful platform out there it seems it is not as popular as a scripting language like PHP (considering my second choice) or others.

What should I do now? If it is not Java then what language should I learn and what framework?

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Why not learn the basics of Java/JSP first, and then decide whether you want to learn something like ASP.NET or PHP.

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If you have an objective such as what type of work you are planning to do, an answer may be indicated. I agree with pritaeas, given that you are a CS graduate, learning Java/JSP will be a good project for you and be useful in business applications.
IMO, PHP should be very easy to pick up quickly after you have a good Java proficiency.

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