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Re: Re: Programming Perl as a Job: 8 hours a day is too much for me

by rr (Sexton)
on Oct 24, 2002 at 16:38 UTC ( #207771=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Programming Perl as a Job: 8 hours a day is too much for me
in thread Programming Perl as a Job: 8 hours a day is too much for me

I agree with you. Unfortunately I have had a hard time finding situations like yours lately. What is your secret?

I have ane excellent work from home 'ethic' and perform very well in this situation. My last employer totally frowned on work from home time, even though productivity was increased.

Very interesting how people perceive developers in the corporate environment isn't it. It's not about productivity, it's about face time.

Does anyone out there have sources for work at home friendly companies? I honestly can't handle the sit@cube and pound out code mentality but love software development, especially in Perl.

rr
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