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OOP: What is implied...?by wjw (Deacon)
|on Mar 27, 2011 at 04:13 UTC||Need Help??|
wjw has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I have recently taken an interest in reading postings for Perl contract jobs. I often see something similar to the following:
Wide demonstrable experience with Object Oriented programming
What does this mean?
As someone who has done a bit of both 1 and 2, I am just curious at to what professionals and/or hiring managers are expecting when they ask for experience in OO(Perl or otherwise).
(I do not generally work as a developer, though I do some development on occasion. Thus my nativeness...)
Thanks for any feedback. Update: I would like to thank each of those who answered for taking the time to do so. The input is very helpful to me at this point in time. I got a darn good (though somewhat rueful) laugh out of the post by ww! So many job posting are written in such a way that one would have to sit at the right hand of God just to qualify to read the posting, not to mention apply for the job.
Thanks again! ++ to all.