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Considering an internal offer to change focus from Java to Groovy. Would this be a good move?

Where would I ask a question like that?

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I doubt that such an open-ended question is going to be a fit for any SE site. – Martijn Pieters Mar 13 '13 at 14:23

There is no good place on the Stack Exchange network for this kind of question - it is much too specific to a single person (so will not be of use to others, which is something that is desirable in a question).

It is also very open-ended - this is also not wanted.

There is a place to ask workplace related questions, though - The Workplace, though this would be off-topic there as well.

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You could try one of the chat rooms in chat.SO. There are likely to be many people with advice to offer.

I don't see any Groovy rooms, but there are plenty for Java. Just stay away from: Java Sucks - Suffocating from the stench of a thousand cow farts... Their opinion is likely to be biased.

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Can't imagine why they'd be biased. – EdgeCase Mar 13 '13 at 19:21

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