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Market for Perl Programmers

Hi there,

Is there still a market for Perl programmers? I am a relatively recent graduate of Computer Science. I only have two years under my belt. My longest contract involved a lot of programming in Perl. I spent a year working for a consulting company, working in a LAMP environment. I spent my time there working on a number of web apps using Perl/CGI scripts, and did prototyping of web apps and testing. I would say I'm a junior-to-intermediate Perl programmer. I want to enhance my employability. Should I leave Perl alone and concentrate more on Python and PHP.

Thanks,
Rodriguez
Aug 27 '06 #1
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Hi there,

Is there still a market for Perl programmers? I am a relatively recent graduate of Computer Science. I only have two years under my belt. My longest contract involved a lot of programming in Perl. I spent a year working for a consulting company, working in a LAMP environment. I spent my time there working on a number of web apps using Perl/CGI scripts, and did prototyping of web apps and testing. I would say I'm a junior-to-intermediate Perl programmer. I want to enhance my employability. Should I leave Perl alone and concentrate more on Python and PHP.

Thanks,
Rodriguez

Hi

I am Dhanda

I have one issue .I have one CSV file and one Excel file .I want to compare these two files and get report in unix through perl script.

csv file has req.id column and value column . Excel sheet has value column.

I take value from csv file and compare with Excel sheet if matches i'll put the id to end of column or prepare report other excel format or csv format.

Please help me to script through perl for this requirement.

Thanks
Sep 3 '06 #2

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