[Israel.pm] I have very large and flameable question ;)
sweisman at pobox.com
Wed Feb 18 11:42:27 PST 2004
Being one who loves and works with Perl myself, I can sympathize with your
plight. But I suggest you play nice with the other children, rather than
trying to make waves.
Look at it this way:
1. you've got a job!
2. you get to learn python, and learning a new language is always an asset.
3. generally best to listen to the boss, unless he's a moron. even then, it's
not a bad idea, since he pays you. in this case, he has chosen a very
well-regarded language and didn't go with buzzwords like Java, J2EE, .NET,
etc. so he doesn't sound like a moron.
On Wed, 18 Feb 2004 21:19:05 +0200 Kfir Lavi <kfirlavi at actcom.co.il> wrote:
> I'm starting with perl, and in my new job i have a lot of perl scripting
> Now all the company are Python'ists.
> My boss want me to work in Python, and i want Perl.
> I don't know python.
> My boss worked with perl about a year, but he is very fund of python.
> Can i convince him that perl is the best?
> Do you have any suggestions?
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