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Obviously, whatever works well for you in the soul destroying (I've done it :-) task of finding decent coders is okay.

That said some of the very best people I've hired in the past. The people who make or break projects. The ones you hire that are cleverer that you are. They would have failed your tests. Because they didn't want to spend the time and effort filtering the wheat from the chaff on usenet, or they don't want to touch a computer outside working hours, or they prefer to manage their online lives with various anonymous pseudonyms.

Obviously I don't mind - coz I could hire them :-)

Also, checking for copied work isn't really a similar problem.

Checking for copied work cannot give you false positives. If they copied something from online then they copied it.

Not participating in clmp does not guarantee that you are a bad perl coder :-)

In reply to Re^3: Resume advice for getting a Perl job by adrianh
in thread Resume advice for getting a Perl job by blssu

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