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Re^2: Have you heard about recent startups using Perl?

by amarquis (Curate)
on Mar 26, 2008 at 12:56 UTC ( #676388=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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in thread Have you heard about recent startups using Perl?

Successful Perl startup, just stopped smoking... Seems like a good time to be Clinton. (congrats!)

On topic, in the Boston area tech startups are seemingly a dime a dozen. I browse job listings occasionally out of curiosity. My gut feeling is that while not many jobs at startups are for perl developers, there are a sizable number that have it as a requirement or "the ideal candidate would also know X" sort of clause.

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