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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I would tend to think that's right, but it's counter to what a lot of other people report. Is it just the way different people count?

    It would be really cool to see a Venn diagram sorta thing to see how they all overlap, but I guess that would be too many dimensions. :)

    Any chance of sharing the code? Maybe as an article for The Perl Review? :)
    • by naveenbala (8453) on 2008.02.12 13:12 (#61038)
      brian, to answer a part of your requirement, we have a tool Market Statistics that you can compare skills based on location and industry type and it will give the monthly job demand for 2007 and it also compares median salary. []
      If you put (perl not java) you will get jobs that asked for perl and does not ask for java at all. you can compare (perl not java) versus perl and see what is the overlap of jobs between the two skills. Unfortunately, the query supports only 1 "not" and hence you cannot string together nots to eliminate other skills also. Hope it helps