> 1.  Do you use Ruby in your "day job"?
>   a.)  Yes! Lots!
>   b.)  Some.
>   c.)  I little bit when I can get away with it.
>   d.) I wish!

Aren't you missing
e) I don't want to? 
Not that I would answer  that (see below), but still :)

> 2.  What are your one or two principal programming languages other than
> Ruby?

1.  b.)

2.  C (if I need speed) and (ba)sh (if it is shorter than Ruby, i.e. only
    for really short programs)

C is more a necessity than a 'principal language'

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