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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Good, cheap, and onsite.

    Perhaps your employer might relax the last requirement.

    And wrt to s/w developers (regardless which language), cheap is often incompatible with Good.

    • Oh, we're only aiming for 2 of 3. The salary here is quite competitive. We don't put a specific number on the posting (just the ambiguous "DOE"), but we're quite happy to actively poach someone if they're what we are looking for.

      I won't argue that insistence on having employees on-site is becoming more and more anacronistic, but that is the current policy. I would personally like to be able to telecommute more than I currently do. But the flip side of this is that I've been in companies where telecommuting staff dragged the rest of the team down (even if only slightly) because communication just is not as efficient.

      But the point of my rant was that the people I got responses from seemed unable to actually read and comprehend the specifics of the job listing.

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      --rjray