Active Server Pages.
(because employers these days want at least one Microsoft-oriented language.)
I first started using ASP when I was working at Edmark back in 2000.
Apparently a company project called E-Carton was in a bit of trouble for
lack of maintenance and badly-needed recoding. So, after a fortnight of hitting
the books (thank you, O'Reilly and Wrox!) and a lot of trial and error,
I was able to rework the entire sub-site to specifications.
E-Carton was a joint program of Edmark and TetraPak. TetraPak would print
milk cartons with Edmark's puzzles. Schools would save these milk cartons and
return them for Edmark software credit. (I will have the brochure scanned and
on the website soon.)
I am now in the process of learning to migrate ASP applications to the ASP.NET language,
since there has been quite a lingual shift between ASP 2.0/3.0 and ASP.NET. Fortunately,
a friend of mine is studying Visual Basic.NET and the two of us have been learning a
bit of ASP.NET through that.