Hey all,I very much enjoy writing programs, writing code* in general. I currently know python, html/css, and PHP fluently**, but I was looking into other languages I could learn, ones that may.. impress, if you will, a potential employer. One I thought of was Ruby (Yes, I know not technically a language), but that didn't seem too appealing.Then I was looking in my weekly Quora email, and saw Haskell. I looked it up, and I think I'll learn that one now..One place I think I'll look for now, to start with the basics, is learnyouahaskell.com.Anyone have any other suggestions for learning Haskell? Or any other languages I should look into? Thanks,-Golfer*I like making web pages in PHP, not as much the frontent, graphic design part of it. I don't think creatively enough for that. I writing python, it's fairly straightforward and easy to use. Also easy to make into a standalone executable on windows (with py2exe, etc) and very easy to execute on a linux platform, since python is standard on most linux installations.**Fluently as in I can do everything I've tried, but if you told me to do something else then I'd look it up and be able to learn it pretty quickly. What I've been doing lately is trying to find random projects, and learning how to do it along the way, then I have that experience and knowledge built up for future projects.