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Perl Developers are responsible for developing applications and writing code using Perl programming language. They design, develop, test and debug computer programs. These professionals also collect and process data, convert databases, and provide recommendations and technical support to their clients. They participate in design sessions in order to know business requirements and possible solutions to be delivered. These developers team up with Product Managers to create project plans and estimate task durations.

Perl Developers usually perform many of the following tasks:
• Participating in test reviews.
• Diagnosing problems.
• Developing new features.
• Performing analysis to implement high level designs to projects.
• Writing technical specifications.


• Being able to work with a team.
• Having problem-solving skills.
• Being able to do different tasks at the same time.
• Having excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Being able to work under pressure.
• Having knowledge of databases.
• Being able to provide detailed information to a management level.
• Having organization skills.
• Being detail-oriented.
• Having project management skills.


Perl Developer job placements usually demand applicants having a Bachelor´s Degree in Computer Engineering, Business Management, Computer Science, Information Systems, Math, or related courses. Most employers also require candidates having suitable programming experience, specifically using Perl applications and not just Java or C/C++ programming languages. Courses included in academic programs related to this industry are linear algebra, software engineering, algorithms, machine architecture, computer systems, and discrete math.

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