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Perrin is a contributor to various Perl-related projects like mod_perl, Template Toolkit, and Class::DBI. He is a frequent speaker at OSCON, YAPC, and ApacheCon, and a contributor to several perl-related books.

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Thursday April 08, 2004
10:47 AM

we're hiring

[ #18237 ]
Most of you probably saw our posting on jobs.perl.org, but in case anyone missed it, here it is again. My company, Plus Three is hiring in Washington, DC. At some point in the future we may be looking for someone in New York City as well.

We're a consulting company, doing a lot of work based on mod_perl. Our clients include the Democratic National Committee, Democratic GAIN, the United Federation of Teachers, and John Kerry for President. Here's some more info from our listing:

We need a senior Perl programmer to lead development in our Washington, D.C. office. We are building complex, high-traffic web sites using open source software, including GNU/Linux, Apache, MySQL, PostgreSQL and XML::Comma.

Required skills:

  • Demonstrable programming ability and experience with Perl, including OO design, effective use of the CPAN, and familiarity with modern web development tools like mod_perl and templating systems.
  • A broad knowledge of Internet technology, and a desire to find things out empirically rather than rely on conjecture (i.e. someone who is notafraid to telnet to port 80).
  • A desire to plan for the future with suitable programming abstractions, automated test suites, and version control, and in general to feel in control of your own destiny.
  • Expressive verbal and written communications skills. Direct interaction with clients will be involved.

You can send your resume to senior-developer@plusthree.com. Thanks!

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