Jon Bringhurst on 9 Feb 2009 15:09:52 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] Slightly OT:Preferred web dev platform?

As much as I'd like to say python or ruby, most employers seem to be
looking for J2EE developers. Fire up Axis or Tomcat and hack away for
the *man* my friend. ;-)


On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 5:55 PM, Floyd Johnson <> wrote:
> Dear PLUGgers,
> Rooting around in search of a hosting company has made me rethink an
> application I'm working on, as an effort to create a shoppable
> portfolio. It seems there are only two outfits that support Mono at this
> time-nor does cross-platform ASP.NET skill seem to be marketable. Having
> finished developing the most important class just yesterday, I am
> considering re-implementing the whole application in one of the
> "popular" languages.
>  From your observations and experience, which language (and possibly web
> application framework), as far as the belt from DC to NYC is concerned,
> is demonstrated skill in most likely to get one hired as a
> city-centric/telecommuting web developer?
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