Author of a Python Success Story Needs a Job!
phlip2005 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 01:47:36 CET 2010
> Andrew Jonathan Fine wrote:
>> I was laid off by Honeywell several months after I had made my
>> presentation in the 2005 Python Conference.
>> Since then I have been unable to find work either as a software
>> engineer or in any other capacity, even at service jobs. I've sent
>> resumes and have been consistently ignored.
6 years ago the silver bullet there was Java. Today, it is Rails. I happen to
suspect Django has a superior architecture, but it's still RoR that's flying off
the shelves these days. (And, under MERB's tutelage, they will soon surpass
Django for modularity!)
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