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Re: Creating a perl developer survey

by eyepopslikeamosquito (Chancellor)
on Dec 19, 2012 at 10:19 UTC ( #1009539=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Creating a perl developer survey

Without knowing the intent of your survey, here is a random selection of questions that I find of interest:

  • Do you have an account at Perl monks?
  • How many developers in your team? company?
  • What development "methodology" do you follow?
  • How many lines of Perl code are there at your workplace?
  • What are the most common code smells in your Perl code at work?
  • Do you follow a Perl coding standard at work?
  • Do you perform code reviews at work?
  • Do you use Perl::Tidy? Perl::Critic?
  • Do you document with POD?
  • Do you use automated testing? TDD? Which testing framework/s do you use?
  • Do you use an automated build system at work? Which build tools?
  • How do you go about Perl debugging? Do you use the Perl debugger?
  • What are your favourite Perl books? Web sites?
  • What are your favourite Perl tools?
  • What are your favourite CPAN modules?
  • Which version control system do you use?
  • Which bug tracking system do you use?
  • Do you use a single OS? Multiple OSes? Which one/s?
  • How do you code for concurrency? Perl threads? Processes? POE? AnyEvent?
  • How do you do error handling? Logging?

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