[Israel.pm] The state of the onion in Israel
Shushu Inbar שושו ענבר
shushu.i at gmail.com
Mon Nov 15 07:00:37 PST 2010
I am sorry to say, but I think your management is correct.
While Perl might be the right tool for the work, there aren't enough skilled
developers to support it, and the ones you are talking about will be too
expensive for tight budgets.
I love Perl, I use it often, and I had many projects in Perl as a
freelancer. Unfortunately, nowadays, I don't find enough projects to do in
Perl, and as a recommendation I encourage young developers to get other
skills then Perl.
On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 16:50, Antony Gelberg <antony.gelberg at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to get a handle on the state of Perl in Israel. I'm
> currently working on a Catalyst project, and management is pushing for a
> change of platform as it is so hard to get good developers. I'm trying
> to convince them to use what I believe is the best tool for the job, but
> with nobody to do the work it's not happening...
> What do I mean by good? Here's a start, although there's probably more:
> o Understands Modern Perl concepts e.g Catalyst, DBIx::Class, Moose.
> o Understands general OOP and design patterns especially MVC.
> o Is reliable.
> o Able to give most, if not all of their time to the project.
> Is there anyone out there who fits the bill? We're looking to hire. We
> may not have the biggest budget in the world, being a startup, but it's
> a great place to work, others can vouch for it.
> It feels like there are about 50 Perl devs in Israel, and about 5 of
> those fit the bill. What are the statistics? I read the archives for
> this list and there are about ten regular posters. Did I miss something?
> Please spread this email far and wide, if you are interested in joining
> us or have any general thoughts, please drop me an email (or to the
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