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Today I noticed that I’m the top Perl programmer on oDesk’s Perl trends page. I don’t know how long I’ve been there, but maybe it helps explain the invite by Rebecca Daneault (an oDesk account manager) to an oDesk challenge interview. If you don’t understand the significance of this, you need to understand something about oDesk. oDesk is a huge marketplace for online work teams and freelancers, with 354,416 registered coders, with 2,619 of them being perl programmers.
Thank you, oDesk!
I found help from a variety of sources on setting up “Remote Desktop” on the command line for a linux server system, for example, a headless virtual machine that’s remotely hosted. Notes are for Centos 4.7 but easily apply to others.
|Here’s an example of dtree.js with expand/collapse nodes for a project I did recently.|
You can contact me by using this email address: email@example.com
We can also communicate by these means:
- Yahoo Messenger
- MSN Messenger
- Google Talk
- Telephone (of course)
However, I do not give out my screen names until initial contact has been established via the email address above, for reasons which ought to be pretty obvious.
If you want to hire me, you can do so by visiting my oDesk profile, and then going through the buyer signup process (if you have not done so already), posting a listing, and inviting me to an interview for it. Keep in mind that I will be interviewing you as much as you are me. I do not take on projects involving adult content, dating, gambling, alcohol, or various other topics that I consider to have a “sleaze” factor.
That having been said, I can assure you quality and expertise for your project. I have been studying computer programming for many years, and for about 2 years now (as of this writing) working full-time through oDesk. My oDesk profile and feedback should speak highly enough, if you prefer not to take my word for it.
I work as a freelance programmer out of my home office, wherever home happens to be, usually in Michigan, in the Eastern time zone (GMT-5)
Creative Technology Solutions
Whether you need technical problem solving, or just analysis and consultation, then check out my meager scope of technology experience below. Then drop me a line!
Here is a screenshot of a very simple, easy to use time clock program that I developed for a company that I work for. Here are its features:
1. QuickBooks integration
PLEASE NOTE: This program is not available! It is property of the firm that I developed it for. I simply describe it here for bragging purposes.
…more of my twittering on the twitter site.