[LUNI] Linux Programming
lembark at wrkhors.com
Thu Mar 7 23:07:00 CST 2002
-- scott thomason <scott at thomasons.org>
> I recently wrote a top-secret <g> report for a client on
> similar topics. While I can't give you all the details,
> I will tell you this:
> 1. In terms of popularity, as measured by resource counts
> in the Google and Yahoo directories, Java is way ahead,
> with Perl and C/C++ in nearly a dead heat for second place.
> 2. In terms of the job market, you're pretty much dead meat
> if you have banked on Perl. Everyone uses it, few are
> hiring it. Java, followed by C/C++, is what the recruiter
> lamers want to hear about. Also, even though at a technical
> level many requirements call for standard C, at the recruiting
> level it will probably be lumped under C++.
Interesting. Check dice.com for perl. Quite a few jobs
use it -- along with everything else.
Steven Lembark 2930 W. Palmer
Workhorse Computing Chicago, IL 60647
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