Freelance Perl Developers Available for Hire

Yuval Kogman, Perl freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Ashburn, United States

Polyglot developer with an obsession for modularity

I still consider myself an expert on Perl, even though it has been a few years since I've been active in the community. At one time I was a fairly prolific CPAN author and opinionated blogger: http://blog.woobling.org/ and heavily involved in the Moose and Catalyst projects.
Charlton Wilbur, Perl software engineerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Spofford, United States

Software Engineer, Teacher, Explainer and De-Mystifier

I started writing Perl in 1993, when it was a useful language for system administration, before the Web exploded and made Perl the glue that held it all together. But I came from an academic computer science background where everything was expected to be tidy and neat. So I learned to write clear, readable Perl -- it *is* possible, and it's not that difficult.
Constantin S. Pan, Perl freelancer and developerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Vladimir, Russia

Software Developer

Used Perl during my work on a web backend in a distant past. Use it now for automated tests in Postgres.
Justin, Perl programmer for hireHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Ashburn, United States
Done a lot of hobby programming using Perl including maintenance of personal and church web sites and various utilities.
Paul Jacobs, Perl freelance programmerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Oak Park, United States

iOS Developer / Mentor, Perl Developer

Perl has been my go-to language to build new (non-iOS) software and glue pieces of technology together from disparate domains for nearly two decades. I was a founding member of ThousandOaks.pm, and still attend occasionally. I personally developed course materials (focused on back-end development using perl, ui design, and a bit of photoshop) and then taught the first web development class available at UCSB, back in 1999 while still an undergraduate. I also helped man the booth for SoCal PerlMongers at the 2017 SoCal Linux Expo in March, helping to expand the perl community. If you haven't tried programming in Perl, you should give it a try, it's a wonderful language to work with.
Kevin Bloch, Perl freelance programmerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Brindas, France

There are no stupid questions. Coding most of my life. I love it when the UX has computers serving people, not the other way around.

I used Perl for various dynamic web site features, then used it as my back-end language of choice during research and development of an integrated company intranet app and supporting tools (server monitoring, data extraction and B2B automation, etc.).
Abdullah Diab, top Perl developerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Software Developer/Engineer with 10+ years of experience

For the last three years I've been writing Perl for the biggest Perl codebase in the world, Booking.com.
Benjamin Boynton, Perl dev and freelancerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in San Diego, United States
I have written a lot of scripts in PERL for managing servers using the Rex framework. Originally, it was the best server scripting language (at the time) for web development. It has really grown over the years. I like the simple syntax and rapid development because of it's interpreted nature. Lately, I'm somewhat rusty in syntax, but I'd be able to pickup everything quickly again if I had work to do.
Michael G Schwern, Perl freelancer and developerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Portland, United States

Installed a Perl module? You're using my code.

I've been intimately involved with Perl for over a decade and have worked on many of its libraries and infrastructure. I can help with everything: installing CPAN modules, debugging your code, improving performance.
Tod McQuillin, top Perl developerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Tokyo, Japan
Programming in perl since 1989, have kept up with every modern development in perl5 including Moose and the advent of modern perl. Well versed in the selection and history of CPAN modules allowing easy integration with existing inftastrucutre, able to quickly put together prototypes as well as polish final designs. Have developed large codebases in perl which are still in use.
Robert Kiraly, top Perl developerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Philadelphia, United States

Software Architect

I've been coding in Perl since the late 1980s. Do a Google search for recursive math parser and I should appear before Wikipedia for a related Perl project. If you go to perlcoder.net that is me. Perl has always struck me as the perfect language; powerful, flexible, and the natural successor to 'C'.
Tim De Lange, Perl freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Ashburn, United States

Professional IT Technologist & Executive | Software Development | Mobile App Development | IT Strategy | Hosting |

Ive used perl extensively because of its flexibility and speed. It does seem out of place in a world of modern languages, but i will always love and respect this language and use it whenever I can justify it.
Nick Pinansky, top Perl developerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Orlando, United States

19 years in LAMP land, emphasis on refactoring and deep debugging

I have spent 19 years mastering the dark art of Perl development. I know how to write well structured and well tested code in Perl while also taking advantage of its functional/lisp-like features which provide its biggest advantages in productivity and expressiveness. I also know many of the modern packages like Moose, Moo and modern framworks like Catalyist and Dancer. I was mentored by one of Moose's core developers. I have worked as Junior , Mid, and Senior dev in Perl I have also taught many career development classes to help novice Perl programmers "level up" their skills. My main experience is in large scale refactoring and deep debugging.
Michael Ezzell, senior Perl developerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Fairfield, United States
Since I discovered Perl in the late 90's, It's been my typical tool of choice for automation and administrative scripting, but my current company's entire web stack is Perl-based, including our own in-house proprietary Perl web framework ("Chameleon") so I have been developing extensively in Perl for the past 3 years.
Duke Leto, freelance Perl programmerHire Now
Freelance Perl developer in Liberty Lake, United States

Free and Open Source Citizen

One of the first languages I learned. I have fixed a bug and written tests for the Perl debugger. I have a commit bit to the Math::* core Perl modules and started the Math::GSL module which interfaces with the GNU Scientific Library.

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