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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

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