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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • there are no suggestions for what I want from comments to this essay

    All I'd like to say is that I really, really enjoyed reading it. *Really*! :-) Keep on writing, please :-)

    except you should note that the opinions of Perl programmers will automatically be discounted without thought.

    Then again, I am a Perl programmer ;-)
  • Who gave you the idea that a recruiter works for you? She works for the business that hires her for a placement. You're just a resume in her file cabinet - a potential asset to pull if there's a fit. That's a big if these days.
    • A recruiter works for you in the sense that they're marketing you.

      Please note that this reply was granted as matter of answering your question and does not constitute an offer to engage you in conversation about the article, debate the accuracy of any statements therein, or defend the questionable validity of it. That it's of dubious validity and accuracy I thought was clear and better left unspoken. Now, if you have any *insights* with which you can *add* to what I've written, rather than threating me w
    • Who gave you the idea that a recruiter works for you? She works for the business that hires her for a placement.

      Ahh, they usually don't work "for" either one. They often work for themselves, or an agency, or for the fee/commission they'll receive. Sure, if the company hires the candidate and pays the fee, you can argue that the recruiter was working for the company, but if the company doesn't hire the candidate, then the recruiter was working for nada.