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Re: Resume advice for getting a Perl job

by lemming (Priest)
on Nov 25, 2002 at 18:37 UTC ( #215693=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Resume advice for getting a Perl job

Hmmm. I do most of my work in a QA enviroment. I just happen to use Perl to solve some of it. Also if you google for my name and psuedonum, you come up with a lot of false hits. Mark Morgan is a fairly common name. There are at least two other couples with my name and my wife's name, Jennifer Johnson, in Portland. I guess I have fewer worries if a terminator starts hunting me.

Now if you search for '"Mark Lemming" Perl' you'll actually get 100% my posts. Of course, they don't say that much since I 've hardly posted any code. Most of my code is derived from others. Haven't had to invent any wheels of my own. Though I do like my comparison of the Hero Game System to Perl. They both have many ways to do one thing.

I've also asked few questions, ironically because I can find most of my answers via google and cpan.


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