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Re: Client prefers java, but wants to hear a case for Perl

by dws (Chancellor)
on Apr 17, 2001 at 03:31 UTC ( #72998=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Client prefers java, but wants to hear a case for Perl

If they want to check out Perl's bona fides, point them to another government agency. The Census Bureau uses Perl, and there's a good article on O'Reilly, titled (surprisingly) Learning to Count on Perl at the Census Bureau.

O'Reilly also has an article on how the Federal Reserve Board uses Perl.

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Re: Re: Client prefers java, but wants to hear a case for Perl
by delegatrix (Scribe) on Apr 17, 2001 at 16:41 UTC
    Yes, and we used perl to implement the on-line Census 2000 form last year and had no security problems. We've used Perl/Apache implementations and Web Sphere for different projects and while they're all successful. the perl/Apache ones sure are cheaper.

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