[fpc-pascal] Division by Zero - not raised exception
fpc505 at z505.com
Wed Apr 19 18:32:19 CEST 2006
> > If you can't find jobs
> > out there that use Pascal then you have to be really brave and start
> > your own business and start hiring people with Pascal skills.
> Yeah right. Sorry to bring that up again, but if I would do that I would
> never hire people that claim to have such specialized skills. What is
I didn't say pure pascal programmers with no other skills. most pascal
programmers know databases, Assembly, and C. They also usually know at least one
scripting language such as PHP.
> needed are people who can actually engineer software and that
> particular skill has nothing to do with language skills (of course, if
> all else fails, I'd rather hire a Pascal guy than a "There *are* other
> languages than C?"-guy, because the Pascal guy might grasp the concepts
> much easier).
I plan to hire/pay Pascal programmers at some point for future commercial
projects. Who will I hire? Probably the folks that have worked with me on open
source projects before. If not hiring per hour - I mean contract jobs too. Or
people who I've found helpful on a mailing list. People even get jobs by
visiting wiki's.. a few people have gotten jobs off c2 wiki and others. It's all
about networking isn't it? Lots of linux guru's get hired off by microsoft
simply by starting up yet another linux distribution. (sorry to the fellow at
gentoo, who now does not work for microsoft).
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