Just curious if anyone knows. I think in their jobs section a while back I read that they'll accept applications from those proficient in Ruby, Perl, and a handful of others, but I know that this doesn't necessarily mean that those are the programming languages HP uses (If you're a Ruby programmer it would be easier for you to write code in PHP or Python than if you're used to writing stuff in C.)
Just a question out of curiosity, really.
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