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tilly wrote:
As a result when they get a competent person (you), that person finds it miserable and doesn't want to remain there.
Annoyingly enough, I have discovered a dilemma. Most of the companies that I have worked with that use Perl are small. However, I clearly prefer to work for larger companies. They are more likely to have documentation, project managers, procedures, etc. Smaller companies seem more likely to "wing it" and that's a recipe for frustration and failure.

Damn. Never thought that I would think 33 is old, but I'm clearly a getting to be a fuddy-duddy. I want a bit of predictability and stability in my job. Sheesh.

Cheers,
Ovid

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In reply to (Ovid) Re(2): Why our company doesn't use Perl :( by Ovid
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