Where do we go to get good Perl/Catalyst/DBIC/Moose people in India?

๏̯͡๏ Guido Barosio gbarosio at gmail.com
Fri Jul 15 13:14:23 BST 2011

Consider Argentina, closer than India from a Timezone perspective and
a lesser cultural gap. Costs are the same, afaik.


2011/7/15, Ian.Docherty at nomura.com <Ian.Docherty at nomura.com>:
> Hi
> We have been interviewing for a permanent position in India, but we have not
> been very impressed by the quality of the candidates.
> Can anyone make suggestions for where we can advertise to attract people
> with these skills?
> Perl
> Catalyst
> Moose
> We don't expect people to have all these skills, but mostly what we have
> seen are people with some of, basic Perl OO, CGI or DBI at best.
> Regards
> Ian
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