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I don't know the management thought about my carrier

Every thing depends on your interest, if your interest is in C# i.e. if your career before was in C# and Ruby and is now being deflected from the path you wanted it to be, in this case i would suggest you to practice C#/Ruby (Spend some time irrespective of the current project). This would be helpful for your interviews.


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is my company good to work?

If you are being asked to work on a different language, you can work on it but giving higher priority to your interest / career path. However working on different languages/domain does not make your company bad. Remember one thing : Every thing is market driven.
Your company will do what ever it has to for executing the projects (i.e learning new languages, new domains. If it is a service based company. I don't have an idea of a product based company)


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Is it worth to learn another language which is called as PHP?
will I face any problem while attending job interview?(periodically, I am shifting from one language to another)

A practical thing is that no person can be a master of all (unless you have a vast experience).
I would say focus on one language. But as the company demands work on others as well.

So as i said, no company is bad unless it offers you a reasonable salary and the work being given is aligned with the market. I have been working in both development and testing projects for the past 5 to 6 years.

All depends on market as i already said.

Best of luck
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