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  • Manolo Marzan
    Hi, I ve been using TCL/TK for more than 6 years and it is more like Perl scripting. Best regards, ...
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 3, 2006
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      Hi,

      I've been using TCL/TK for more than 6 years and it is
      more like Perl scripting.

      Best regards,

      --- merlyn@... wrote:

      > >>>>> "elizabethgreen2" == elizabethgreen2
      > <elizabethgreen2@...> writes:
      >
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      > software developers with
      > elizabethgreen2> experience in Perl. Location of
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      > elizabethgreen2> This position is full- time
      > permanent with compensation:
      > elizabethgreen2> 70-100K + bonus. My client is
      > opened to talking with junior
      > elizabethgreen2> - senior level candidates.
      >
      > elizabethgreen2> PS Is there anything similar to
      > Perl?
      >
      > Perl is easy enough to pick up that anyone with a
      > decade of programming
      > experience could probably be productive with Perl in
      > a few weeks, and fluent
      > in a few months. The most important part though is
      > having a good sense of
      > basic algorithms, data structures, and development
      > discipline (extreme or not
      > :).
      >
      > So, if you can't find a Perl hacker, try looking for
      > general high-level
      > language knowledgable people, in all the normal
      > places. Stop writing "Perl
      > experience required" in the req. Perl's not that
      > hard.
      >
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