[San-Diego-pm] jobs available, going unfulfilled
manuel at themusiczone.net
Thu Sep 23 14:18:10 PDT 2010
I work in San Diego for DrJays.com and we are actively looking for mid/senior level Perl developers to work on our ERP system. </shameless_plug>
When I took 'Intro to Computer Programming' they were teaching Perl. Now, it seems, Java is the common place language to teach for introduction and students are going out into the working world with this under their belt.
On Sep 22, 2010, at 11:19 AM, merlyn at stonehenge.com (Randal L. Schwartz) wrote:
> Twice in the last two days, two different organizations in the greater
> LA area approached me to help them find folks to fill mid-level Perl
> hacking slots (varying between IT and webdev). They both said "it's
> getting *very* hard to find people."
> Now, I'm really curious. Why is this?
> Is it a supply problem, or a demand problem, or both?
> As in, are there fewer Perl programmers here but the same demand?
> Or the same (or more) Perl programmers here, but even more demand?
> Or something else entirely?
> By the way... I'm not trying to make a buck out of this. I'm just
> trying to help people who ask me to help, and I'm also genuinely curious
> about the state of hiring in the Perl community, particulary in LA since
> I'm also working here for a while.
> (I'll also be sending this message to the other local PM groups, so if
> you see it multiple times, I'm sorry.)
> Randal L. Schwartz - Stonehenge Consulting Services, Inc. - +1 503 777 0095
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