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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I live in a fairly large metropolitan area in the Midwest (US). Here, as far as advertised jobs, PHP is king, as well as the usual Java/.NET. Most jobs I see listing Perl have it in a generic list of requirements or for shops that need Perl programmers to help them migrate away from Perl. Once again, I'm only referring to advertised jobs. As a job seeker/contractor, .Net, Java and PHP are the jobs that people are writing checks for. Perl is almost non-existent, and I've come across more Ruby jobs lately than Perl. As an employer, we spent months trying to find a single Perl developer. So sad to say, where I live Perl may not be be dead, but it's hard to find any signs of life.