[sf-perl] what do you do?

Adam Morgan Adam.Morgan at safeway.com
Wed Feb 18 20:00:38 PST 2009

1. 40% Coding automated reporting systems in the BI space and
       manipulating large data sets
   20% Troubleshooting and support
   15% Customer relations, work generation
   10% Business administration
   10% Infrastructure design
   5%  Office politics

2. 50% Unix shell scripting - ksh
   30% SQL
   10% Perl
   7%  C#

-----Original Message-----
From: sanfrancisco-pm-bounces+adam.morgan=safeway.com at pm.org
[mailto:sanfrancisco-pm-bounces+adam.morgan=safeway.com at pm.org] On
Behalf Of David Alban
Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 5:51 PM
To: sfperl
Subject: [sf-perl] what do you do?

it's been a while since we had...  um...  an email thread.  so let me
ask you something in which i am genuinely interested.  kind of an
informal survey.  no purpose other than to satisfy idle curiosity.

two questions about your job:

1,  break down, by percentage of time, what you do.  if you think the
terminology you use isn't generally understood by this audience,
elaborate a little bit.
2,  break down, by percentage of code you write, the languages you use

i do:

* 50% command line tools development
* 30% release engineering
* 20% sysadmin

i use:

* 75% perl
* 25% bash

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