[tpm] Perl as a career

Abram Hindle abram.hindle at softwareprocess.us
Sat Mar 7 15:04:45 PST 2009

Antonio Sun wrote:
>> . . .  If anything, developing websites with perl has been
>> getting easier, which has been bringing people back into that realm.  I have
>> been doing web development with perl for about 10 years, the bulk of that
>> using mod_perl/apache, . . .
> 10 years, hmm... maybe it is time to look around and see what is out
> there now. No offense, I just want to point out how easily to do web
> programming in Php (or Java) nowadays. E.g., anyone knows a Perl based
> framework that has seamless integration with AJAX? From DB schema to
> basic data entry/browse web forms with advanced AJAX support, it won't
> take me more than 2 hours to do so in PHP, and I don't consider myself
> a good PHP programmer.

Why doesn't Catalyst work?


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