[plt-scheme] [OT] Scheme Jobs

From: Kevin A. Smith (kevin at hypotheticalabs.com)
Date: Fri Apr 17 21:14:06 EDT 2009

FWIW, Erlang is also picking up steam. I'm in the States and I'm  
seeing a pick up in interest around Erlang. Of course, I might be a  
bit biased since I do Erlang training and consulting ;-)

There's even a Lisp which runs on the Erlang VM. Nothing nearly as  
good as PLT Scheme but at least it's a Lisp :)

On Apr 17, 2009, at 4:49 PM, Neil Van Dyke wrote:

> BTW, Scala is getting mainstream interest at the moment, due to  
> Twitter ditching teen heartthrob Ruby for Scala, for backend  
> scalability reasons.
> Noel Welsh wrote at 04/17/2009 04:35 PM:
>> Given this, I suggest widening your search a bit to
>> include Haskell, Scala, and Erlang. Any sane employer looking for
>> those (and there are a number) will respect your Scheme skillz.
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