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

Richard Foley richard.foley at rfi.net
Fri Jul 15 16:10:31 BST 2011

I imagine the application is to server end-users online in some way, so 
presumably you could use modern technologies to build it online too.  You 
could get someone to telecommute from the US, via Berlin and Hong Kong, into 
the office in India - might that work?



Richard Foley
Ciao - shorter than AufWiederSehen! 

ps. *duck*

> 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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