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Subject: Re: [xsl] Off Topic : XSLT Jobs in USA
From: Richard Fozzard - NOAA Affiliate <richard.fozzard@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2013 12:00:31 -0600

My sense here in the US (Colorado is all I'm truly familiar with) is that while XSLT and XML are very valuable to have in your toolkit, there are few jobs where that is all you'll need for you job. You also need some general-purpose language, such as Java or C (or their derivatives), and/or web-centric language, such as Javascript or PHP.

Just my $0.02

Richard Fozzard, Computer Scientist
  Geospatial Metadata at NGDC: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/metadata

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Mailing Lists Mail said the following on 10/21/2013 11:00 PM:
> Dear all.
> I see a huge presence of developers and techies from the USA who are
> into XML and XSLT technologies, but I dont see as many jobs in the USA
> job sites regarding the same. I just landed in the USA and am looking
> for Jobs around the XML/XSLT etc technologies. There are either no
> jobs / or jobs that arent real ( in the jobsites..etc. Dice.com ) ...
> Is this weird ? or is it something to do with this time of the year?
> Are there enough companies hiring XSLT / XML developer contractors in the USA?
> DakTapaal

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