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From Perl Junkie <perljun...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: decline and fall of modperl?
Date Mon, 23 Mar 2009 22:37:35 GMT
Alexandr Ciornii wrote:
> Hi.
>
> It possible to encrypt perl sources with same safety as with PHP -
> with possibility of source decryption. But Perl developers are in
> general more advanced than PHP developers so they know how to decrypt
> it, in contrast to PHP developers that do not know that encrypted PHP
> sources can easily be decrypted. There are also some bytecode
> compilers for Perl (alpha stage).
>
> 2009/3/23 Octavian R√Ęsnita <orasnita@gmail.com>:
>
>   
>> PHP, C#, Java are much more prefered, because the programs created with them
>> can hide the source code much better, while this is not possible with Perl.
>> This is a big reason why the software companies that create custom programs
>> for their clients prefer to use those languages and not perl. Not because
>> perl is bad.
>>     
>
>   
Not to keep the PHP thing going, but I would tend to de-classify about 
30% of the people who call themselves "PHP developers."  There is a VERY 
high propensity among many in this community to go out and "borrow code" 
and "retrofit it."  I'm not saying Perl developers don't do this, but I 
don't believe there are very many heavily invested in the Perl community 
who have this bent -- many are devoted to the craft of true, honest to 
goodness OO development.

I also left out a very important and I would say very well known Perl 
*powerhouse* in corporate America:

WhitePages.com

Some of the best of the best work there.  You can't even get a sniff 
from them (eg. interview) without being in the upper crust of Perl 
development.  No Perl "wanna-bes" allowed there.  All very solid OO 
development only.

-pj


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