[Israel.pm] Re: YAPC::Israel::2005 first notes

Eitan Schuler eitan.schuler at gmail.com
Sun Feb 20 02:28:20 PST 2005

> I can tell you one reason: the job market has shifted. Two years ago
> people still had jobs using Perl. Nowadays, all jobs available are for
> C++, C#, Java, and Dot.Net, even some Flash, JavaScript, SQL and PHP,
> but not Perl.

may I disagree here.
At least in Jerusalem it's not easy to find perl programmers. my
company has problems to get someone experienced.
By the way this is one of the reasons that some people don't like to
base the development much on perl.


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