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  • About: I am a Perl Catalyst Newbie who is documenting the creation and deployment of yardbirdfanclub.org.
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  • dagolden.com commented on If there's a shortage of programmers, why aren't wages up?

    Ovid, what I was trying to highlight by saying "programmers aren't commodities" is that you missed making more of the distinction between "good" and "bad" (not that it's binary, either).

    Take wine as an analogy. Yes, there is aggregate supply and demand for wine that affects overall price levels. But there can be a glut of crap wine that depresses prices at the low end and yet a shortage of truly excellent wine that drives high-end prices to the stratosphere.

    I think that distinction explains a lot of why we hear both "there's a shortage" and "wages aren't rising".

  • lichtkind commented on If there's a shortage of programmers, why aren't wages up?

    thanks for sharing thoughts, great post. I feel like I learned something :)

  • E. Choroba commented on New, experimental screencasts

    Linux (openSUSE 12.2), Firefox 22.0.

  • Aranya Sen commented on Using jqGrid with Catalyst: Tutorial with Examples for Newbies

    Very crisp and to the point. Exactly what is needed for someone trying to get his hands dirty with Catalyst. Thank you so much.

  • JackTX commented on Using jqGrid with Catalyst: Tutorial with Examples for Newbies

    Thank you for your blog it was very helpful. I encountered a couple of problems some were mine somewhere changes over time. jqGrid did not seem to be able to use jquery-1.9 or above. So, I downgraded.

  • Verify that the user that connects to the DB can access the DB on the mysql server. For some reason, I could use the mysql command line to reach the server with my root user, but I could not get it to work with the code. I used another user with the code and it worked fine. I still don't know why I had to change users.

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