> | This can easily be verified if you look at job offerings on the Net with
> | Smalltalk as keyword.
> Smalltalk, Ada, and Lisp jobs are not advertised in the mass media
>From Computerworld, October 1996 ("big cry for smalltalk")
For example, Source Services Corp., a Washington-area recruiting firm,
had more than 200 openings for Smalltalk programmers in the first half
of this year, compared with 77 openings in the same period last year.
Demand for C++ talent, on the other hand, is declining.
For the same period, Source Services had 140 C++ positions, down from
175 a year earlier, according to Paul Villella, managing partner at
the company's Tyson's Corner, Va., office.
Everything is relative, I suppose...
On the other hand, I've started seeing more and more Python ads
lately. Guess we're doomed ;-)
Cheers /F (http://hem1.passagen.se/eff)