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What 'should' a professional PERL programmer know?by perloHolic() (Beadle)
|on Jan 09, 2015 at 12:08 UTC||Need Help??|
Hello fellow monks and monkesses.
I am very new to the monastary as far as being a member goes, however have been a frequent part of the 'flock' if you like, for some time.
My meditation today comes from my recent personal experience of applying for a proffessional role as a PERL programmer - which leads to my pondering, 'what do i have to know/should know in order to be qualified for such a position'? I have read many articles before such as Professional perl which are obviously inciteful in this area.
I am really looking for specifics such as a minimum amount of required knowledge in certain areas such as OO Perl, or Database management with Perl, Optimisation, Threads or Web programming in Perl etc. I have only self tought knowledge of PERL, and of course with helpful textbooks, tutorials and articles in the monastary have grown this knowledge over time. I don't however, have any professional experience of PERL per say, other than small scripts I have written for my current job as a C language software Engineer.
SO - I do have a relatively small amount of knowledge in some areas in comparison to, lets say, what I would class as the contrastingly very experienced monks around here, whom provide a vast array of knowledge in most if not all 'Areas' of PERL. I have yet to receive any feedback from my recent application, however 'I' feel like I may be underqualified. It would be very helpful if my fellow peers may be able to offer some incite into 'what the minimum requirements' may be for such a junior PERL programmer role.
Apologies in advance if my question is unhelpful,in the wrong place, poorly titled or worded.
Your ever faithfull functioning perloHolic.