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Description:
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Expected Skills (including modules and frameworks):
Time to be specific. If it's web development do you use HTML::Mason, Catalyst, CGI::Application or just classical CGI.pm? DBI, DBIx::Class or Class::DBI? How much experience is needed here - basic familiarity, or regular user?
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What will the employee be doing most days?
Team size: (optional)





How many others are there in the team that the applicant will be working with?
Salary Range: (optional but recommended)
Development Toolkit (optional):
Software your developers use every day. Version control, bug tracking, test automation?
Development Process (optional):
How do you develop your code? Do you use the Waterfall Model, Spiral Model, Rapid Prototyping, Agile (includes Extreme Programming), Test Driven Development, some mix of these, or none of these? Is code just written on demand with no formal process?
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Company Name:
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Location:
Include both suburb and city. Mention public transport options if the business is not in the CBD. Jobs are only accepted for Australia and New Zealand.
Company Website:
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Industry Sector:
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What are you using Perl for? (optional):
Environment (optional):
Describe the working environment for this employee. How are your employees treated? Are thre free drinks or snacks? Is there lots of natural light? Are meetings kept short, avoided, or detailed? What do you do well?
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Joel Test Result (optional):
The Joel Test is a twelve-question (three minute) measure of the quality of your software team.










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