[sapug] Plethora of jobs on SEEK for Python programmers in Adelaide.
dt-sapug at handcraftedcomputers.com.au
Fri Mar 7 05:13:21 CET 2008
Chris Foote wrote:
>> Well, by plethora I mean 5. And 3 of them seem to be the same job.
> Yep, that's a huge amount, not :-)
Yeah, I posted this because it's more than normally gets posted for
Adelaide (which is typically zip).
> I thought it might be interesting to see the proportions for different
> languages in different cities for Seek IT Job listings:
Automated query, or did you just punch in these keywords and write down
> | Search Term | Adelaide | Perth | Melbourne | Sydney |
> | Ruby | 2 | 1 | 27 | 58 |
> | Perl | 4 | 19 | 157 | 312 |
What? No Smalltalk or Lisp? (I saw a few Smalltalk ads recently
interstate, but they look like they were bridges into other languages).
I tried searching for Scheme recently, but far too many hits for
non-related terms. :-/
> Here's a stack of guesses to explore as to why this might be the case:
Where was "enlightened management"? :-)
> - The popular dynamic languages have an interpreter implementation that
> doesn't lend itself to hiding proprietary code from prying eyes.
I have written an obfuscator/signing module import mechanism for Python,
but ultimately these things are breakable (I've no delusion about how
easily breakable these schemes are :-). It was more of an experiment
with Python's import process than anything else.
> I wonder if someone has done a real study on dynamic language
> use for employment.
I have read something along these lines, but I'm stuffed if I can
remember who what or where the paper was (not so much employment
but definitely use of higher level languages in business).
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