There has long been scepticism around the state of the Perl market, the ability for new jobs to be created, and when (if ever), someone would be writing its obituary.
Despite the recent Brexit vote, as we near towards the end of 2016, it’s time to tell you not to panic. Save the in-memoriam notes because there are still Perl Jobs out there, the state of the Perl jobs market is still strong, and Perl is (still) not dead.
Not dead means not dead
Let’s get the obvious question out of the way first; has or will Brexit affected the state of the Perl jobs market? Whilst the British public and the Government both still aren’t quite sure what Brexit actually means, the...