Programmers with network engineering skills
gbonser at seven.com
Tue Feb 28 02:14:35 CST 2012
> Noon Silk said:
> Just a practical comment here; part of your problem may be offering c
> and php together. I don't want to start a war, but I know that at the
> very least all the c programmers I know would considered php to be ...
> "horribly offensive". So, maybe seperating out these two roles (c and
> php programming) will help you.
> It is definitely true (speaking as a programmer, C# for several years)
> that seeing +PHP would instantly turn me off. Further, I'm sure that
> almost anyone who is still programming in c these days would have the
> level of networking knowledge you care about (and can train on top of).
PHP tends to mesh well with things like perl programmers. It is basically a scripting language. Anyone using D ?
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