[Israel.pm] Is there a lack of (good) Perl programmers?
dovl at freescale.com
Wed Feb 28 06:53:39 PST 2007
Perl is, by nature and definition, a scripting language. As a result, I
fail to see why anyone would consider using it for large projects when a
compiled language would run that much faster.
DSP SoC System and Applications Engineer,
Network and Computing Systems Group
Freescale Semiconductor Israel
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From: perl-bounces at perl.org.il [mailto:perl-bounces at perl.org.il] On
Behalf Of Gabor Szabo
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 16:09
To: Perl in Israel
Subject: [Israel.pm] Is there a lack of (good) Perl programmers?
I have heard it from many sources and my recent search brought up only
very few people
so now I wonder if that's true and if there is anything we can do about
I have heard claims that one of the problems is that Perl isn't a
If you learn C, Java or .NET you have plenty of places to go, plenty
On the other hand you cant go to many places and use Perl for advanced
I personally hardly know any companies where Perl is used for large
things but even
some of those want to switch. Partially because they don't find good
What do you think?
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