Perl Website Survey
andrew at illywhacker.net
Fri Nov 22 15:32:15 GMT 2013
I'm keen to know about anyone who's putting together Perl web sites -
regardless of what the tax man thinks of them:)
On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 12:23 PM, Bob MacCallum <uncoolbob at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> Do you want non-profit entries too?
> Seems company-centric...
> On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 12:42 AM, Andrew Solomon <andrew at illywhacker.net>wrote:
>> Hello London Perl Mongers
>> For the third year running I'll be giving the Dancer class at LPW
>> This year it'll be 4 hours working with Dancer2 where the students
>> will (hopefully) implement one of these:
>> (and if not, they will at least have grokked my sense of humour.)
>> More seriously though, one thing I haven't been able to tell them is
>> the extent to which learning a modern Perl web framework will position
>> them to find a job. I know Perl is still the duct tape holding
>> together the Internet, but to what extent is it used for
>> implementing websites these days?
>> If you could fill this in:
>> with Perl sites you know of, I'll publish the results.
>> (Fill it in multiple times if necessary, once for each company)
>> Thanks for your help!
>> p.s I plan to send this to sanfrancisco-pm at pm.org, sydney-pm at pm.org
>> and the LinkedIn Perl group. Please forward this on to any relevant
>> lists/groups I've missed.
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