I've been liking the d programming language since moment I tried it. Of course, I tried to find a job in this field, but I can't
I wanna know - are there anyone, who uses D lang?
How do you look for an information? I always add "dlang" to my request to google.
Do you use a dlang on your job? Is it hard to find job with dlang?
If you have a job with dlang, please say name of country, where you live.
p.s. Sorry for my English
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Posted 22 September 2012 - 07:51 AM
There are a lot of smaller companies that will want you to know a specific language because they already have software and developers working in it, but don't care *too* much what you use for subsequent projects. There is a place here in Philadelphia that has projects going in scala, python, and ocaml right now, along side their larger java and .net projects.