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An anonymous reader writes: "Hi, I've been a software engineer for about 15 years most of which I spent working on embedded systems (well they are small custom systems running Linux so far as the embedded part) developing in C. However, web and mobile technologies seem to be taking the world over, and while I acknowledge that C isn't going away anytime soon, many job offers (at least those that seem interesting and in small companies) are asking for knowledge on these new technologies (web/mobile), which incidentally I am interested in anyway.
The thing is that there are so many of those new technologies that it is very hard to pick (at least without prior knowledge) which ones are worth investing in for somebody with a limited amount of time.

If you had to pick, which ones would you recommend? Like, what would be the smallest set of "new technologies" one should know to be employable in web/mobile domain these days?
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