Hello dear monks!
to be clean in my speech: I just looking for my next telecommute contract with mojolicious and modern (sure depends on what you think modern perl are :)) perl.
And can not find anything real during last 3 months...
I am not too greedy (really my hourly rate are not huge),
I am not (suppose) too lazy or (really suppose :) ) too stupid ... but all proposed projects was related to old cgi style or (not interested) catalist framework :(
I just wanna my next project to be interesting and use tools that really interesting for me :( Am i dream too much? My wishes (work with fun) not real?
Please share you experience:
- are things are going really bad (for my expectations) in perl market? (support old/poor coded apps dominate)
- any success story?
- any mojo fans here? :)
sorry for disturbing you
with best regards
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