In my experience Scandinavia (well nordic really, can't forget finland) and
germany (and a few other european countries...notably not england) are much
more open to open source (no pun intended) to open source and the like..
their concerns are sensible ones. Something in the mentality. northern
america/UK etc are much more short-sighted in their perspective.
Just a norwegians point of view, thats all.......
> On Thu, 9 Aug 2001, Jeff Lewis wrote:
> > Yes I had wondered if someone was going to make that claim :)
> > So far I haven't seen much in perl or Java that I CAN'T do in PHP. The
> > community is much more helpful, the PHP manual online is IMO simply
> > I love that guide :)
> > I just rarely see any jobs posted for PHP. Mostly ASP and Java.....
> Just a plug for my favorite country.. :)
> There are tons of jobs in Germany for PHP developers.. some
> of the largest CMS providers who sell systems for 20K-200K
> EUR deploy PHP and they often have a growing need for more
> Germany is generally quite open towards PHP and related
> technologies; the first dedicated PHP conference was held in
> Germany last year; second, the Government is actually pushing
> the development of open-source technologies and actively
> participates in certain events and open-source conferences;
> third, Germany has now a full-blown registered association
> which will actively work on the promotion of PHP.
> - Sascha Experience IRCG
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