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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.|
|dy·na·mo noun. 1. A generator, especially one for producing direct current. 2. An extremely energetic and forceful person. 3. A computer geek from Michigan who likes high voltage.|