Re: [PBML] Advice/Tips
I've been using TCL/TK for more than 6 years and it is
more like Perl scripting.
--- merlyn@... wrote:
> >>>>> "elizabethgreen2" == elizabethgreen2___________________________________________________________
> <elizabethgreen2@...> writes:
> elizabethgreen2> I'm a recruiter searching for
> software developers with
> elizabethgreen2> experience in Perl. Location of
> position is Sommerset, NJ.
> 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 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
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