|Most languages have a lot in common once you get down to it, I'd start off gently with something like python or ruby. Then, once you've got your head around how everything works, and figured out what bits you enjoy the most, move onto a language that's more specific to that area. You'll find that the concepts are mostly very similar and should be able to pick up the tricks specific to your new language more easily.|
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