I suppose I agree with peoples reluctance for job postings.
Perhaps this is not the best place to put it.
But I sort of disagree with the troll recuiters argument.
There is nothing now preventing recruiters from
adding crap to the site, trolls will show up eventually as this
site becomes more popular, it is an unfortunate
Basically instead of the job board it would be nice to see
just company names
and locations where I could do real
If I want to find out more, the company home pages should
have all the details, so no reason to put it here.
Maybe this kind of list is already available somewhere
Everybody and their dog requires you know perl in job listings,
many of them want you to actually do engineering in perl,
help engineer perl itself? That is the kind of job I
am interested in. It seems that most companies have
already put perl in a little niche, like "perl is for cgi"
or "perl is for shell scripting", where the language is only
used for farily simple tasks.
So maybe I should start another dicsussion topic, but I
am interested in hearing what companies
do serious engineering with perl, or if there are people
out there that are getting paid to do really cool stuff with
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