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RE: Question concerning usage of languages for webapps
From: "Kinyon, Rob" <Rob.Kinyon () progressive-medical com>
Date: Mon, 10 May 2004 09:25:21 -0400

I use Perl exclusively. As for my top 5, it would be (in no particular
Java, Perl, ASP/.Net/whatever, Python, PHP

I very rarely see PHP in commercial organizations, the same for perl
but see
it a lot in hobbyist and open source project type sites so I think it
be great to have it covered well in the Guide (actually I think Mikael
already wrote a great section on this if I recall).

PHP is used extremely rarely in commercial organizations. Same with
Python. Perl, however, is used extremely often. In fact, you mentioned
high-profile financial services / ecommerce apps.

1) The most requested non-mainframe skill in the financial world is Perl
development against Sybase databases.
2) Sites that run on Perl:
3) Commercial organizations that use Perl:
    Verizon Wireless
    Morgan Stanley
    And many others

For more info, please see the Success Stories link off of www.perl.com

Rob Kinyon

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