Issue #463 - 2020-06-08 - Job search in hi-tech

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Hi,

I like to help people solve problems with code and I like to help people advance in their career. So I had a webinar where I explained how I would use LinkedIn to make it easier to find a job, but that's just my point of view. A tech-person who has been self-employed for 20 years now.

So I thought it would be interesting to see the job market from the point of view of recruiters, head hunters, HR managers, and other people who do the hiring. I already had such a webinar in Hebrew and I have another one is tomorrow.

More interestingly, to you, next week I am going to have the first such event in English as well. I hope it will go well and many other webinars will follow. Check it out and register!.

I would also like to welcome back the job posts of Perl Careers at the bottom of this edition.

Oh and the Perl conference in the cloud is coming soon!

Enjoy your week!

Gabor Szabo


Announcements

Webinar: Job search - DistantJob with Leticia Naranjo

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

Next week I am going to run a webinar on job search in hi-tech from the point of view of the recruiter.


Articles

Post status on Twitter

by Flavio Poletti (POLETTIX)

use MojoX::Twitter; that leverages the excellent Mojo toolkit that is shipped with Mojolicious.

Notifications for busypub

by Flavio Poletti (POLETTIX)

busypub, a little Perl program to automate publishing blog posts that were written beforehand.


Discussion

Perl Weekly Challenge

The Perl Weekly Challenge by Mohammad Anwar will help you step out from your comfort-zone. You can even win the prize money of $50 Amazon voucher by participating in the weekly challenge. We pick one winner at the end of the month among all the contributors of the month. The monthly prize is kindly sponsored by Peter Sergeant of PerlCareers.

Perl Weekly Challenge - 064

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Don't miss the fun and try new challenges every week. For more information, please read FAQ page.

RECAP - Perl Weekly Challenge - 063

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Recap of last week challenge. There are plenty of great solutions.

Meet The Champion - Shahed Nooshmand

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Check out the interview with Shahed Nooshmand.

The Last Rotation with Raku

by Arne Sommer

Arne once again tried his luck with Perl, which is a bonus for all of us.

Perl Weekly Challenge 63 solution

by Bartosz Jarzyna

Bartosz first blog after joining the weekly challenge. Welcome on board.

CY's Recent Submission for PWC(061-063)

by Cheok-Yin Fung

Cheok-Yin shared combined blog for Challenge 61-63. Short and Precise.

'Drop the Mic' - Chopped and Screwed Remix

by Colin Crain

You can't afford to miss Colin's blog, full of interesting facts.

PERL WEEKLY CHALLENGE – 063

by Javier Luque

Javied didn't make it complicated, just kept it simple and easy to follow.

Perl Weekly Challenge 63: Last Word and Rotate String

by Laurent Rosenfeld

Laurent took the easiest route to solve Last Word task, yet very elegant as always.

Perl Weekly Challenge 63

by Luca Ferrari

Luca shared two versions of Last Word task in Raku.

BLOG: The Weekly Challenge #063

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Having done the weekly challenges for so many weeks now, it seems I am getting the hang of it.

Perl Weekly Challenge, Week 63 in APL

by Richard Park

Richard shared live action video working on the weekly challenge. Highly Recommended.

Perl Weekly Challenge 63: last words and string rotation

by Roger Bell West (FIREDRAKE)

Roger took the pain to explain the solution to Last Word in a detailed way. Must Read.

PERL WEEKLY CHALLENGE: WEEK 63

by Shahed Nooshmand

Shahed can never let you down with short and sweet blog with one-liner in Raku.


Rakudo

2020.21/22 Four by Wenzel

by Elizabeth Mattijsen (ELIZABETH)


Weekly collections

Videos

Events

Perl Virtual Events?

by Thomas Klausner (DOMM)

As all the in-person events are cancelled many groups started to organize on-line events.

The Perl Conference in the Cloud

Instead of the in-person Perl Conference, the TPF started to organize an even in the Cloud. You can already submit your talk proposals!


Perl Jobs by Perl Careers

Why working as a Perl developer in Vienna is going to change your life

2020’s been a difficult year, worldwide. It’s time to reward yourself for getting through it by relocating to the world’s most liveable city for the second year running. Cheap rent, charming architecture, an incredible cafe culture, and a city that embraces its seasons

Goodbye, Winter Blues. Hello, 300 Days of Perl Sunshine! Perl developer job in Malta

Imagine a place known for its stunning Mediterranean coastline, famous for its festivals, and so welcoming that locals are often called “some of the nicest people in the world.” Now imagine that you can trade your current home base for one that’s chock-a-block with history, incredible cuisine, and postcard-worthy views around every corner.

Shopping, Skating, and Swimming – Is This Even Work? Perl developer in Dubai (sponsored work permit)

You can work anywhere in the world, so why not work somewhere world-class? Where better to spend your days (and nights) than a rapidly growing city known for having the planet’s only 7-star hotel, the tallest building in the world, and a shopping mall to put all other malls to shame. Did we mention it’s beautiful all the time?

Greenery and Go-Karts and Golf, Oh My! Perl job in Malaysia (sponsored work permit)

There are plenty of perks to living in a big city—the nightlife, tons of amenities, and transportation to get you from A to B—but big cities often mean concrete jungles without much green space. Not so in Cyberjaya; this tech-driven city has a huge park, and it’s situated right next to Putrajaya, which has parks, wetlands, and botanical gardens for all your greenspace needs.



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