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what is the salary of a person will get in CodeRanch site if he is a Author ? or a Bartender

 
RaviNada Kiran
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what is the salary of a person will get in CodeRanch site if he is a Author ? or a Bartender

Can he work from home or he he needs to stay in office ??

How can i get a job here ??
 
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Although various perks are involved for moderators, there is no monetary compensation; we're all volunteers. There's also no physical office - everything is done remotely (from all around the world, actually).

"Author" is an honorary title for people who pass what we call "the Amazon test". I'll let you figure out what that means :-)

Some explanations can also be found in http://faq.javaranch.com/java/SaloonTitles
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:There's also no physical office - everything is done remotely (from all around the world, actually).


Ulf, if there's no physical office, where's the JavaRanch server located on?
 
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Treimin Clark wrote:
Ulf, if there's no physical office, where's the JavaRanch server located on?


At a hosting company -- a "colocation facility."
 
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Thanks.

I have another question. May be this question is not appropriate in this "Ranch Office" forum. But let me ask it.

Since the JavaRanch is hosted on a separate hosting company, how do you do the site maintenance? I mean, how do you stop the server, modify the content, and so on....? Do they provide you a separate web page which can be used for those purposes? Or, do you have a remote software which is provided by them? Please let me know. Just interest to know about how a hosting company offer these services.
 
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Do they provide you a separate web page which can be used for those purposes?

Hosting companies generally offer web-based management software in addition to FTP and SSH access.
 
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Thanks Ulf and Ernest
 
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Treimin Clark wrote:
Since the JavaRanch is hosted on a separate hosting company, how do you do the site maintenance? I mean, how do you stop the server, modify the content, and so on....? Do they provide you a separate web page which can be used for those purposes? Or, do you have a remote software which is provided by them? Please let me know. Just interest to know about how a hosting company offer these services.


Our hosting company (Evolution Hosting, yo!) provides an excellent custom web-based application for uploading and modifying content, starting and stopping servers, etc. The friendly Evolution Hosting staff is also always just a phone call away if something goes wrong or needs a little extra attention. Since we own our own servers, a few of us have shell access for when things really need to be pulled apart.
 
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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:
Our hosting company (Evolution Hosting, yo!) provides an excellent custom web-based application for uploading and modifying content, starting and stopping servers, etc. The friendly Evolution Hosting staff is also always just a phone call away if something goes wrong or needs a little extra attention. Since we own our own servers, a few of us have shell access for when things really need to be pulled apart.


Oh! This is what I really expected.

Ernest, if you don't mind, can you please show me a screen shot of that control panel? (Even here, or in a PM). Because I really interested on that nowadays.
 
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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:Evolution Hosting, yo!

Lemme hear you say yo!
 
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Ernest, if you don't mind, can you please show me a screen shot of that control panel? (Even here, or in a PM). Because I really interested on that nowadays.


The website that EFH posted, provides a working demo -- better than just a static screenshot.

Henry
 
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Even though there are number of similar sites .

But this website is simply Great : Jai Ho

I have never seen such a great site for Java J2EE .

Good work keep it up Authors , Bartenders , Sheriffs and those who ever work for this site .

What is the amount the site is paying to the to the hosting company ??
 
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Any ideas on

How many developers were involved in developing this site and on what technology the code is developed??
 
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RaviNada Kiran wrote:
What is the amount the site is paying to the to the hosting company ??


You can check it here.
 
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RaviNada Kiran wrote:
what technology the code is developed??


Now, JavaRanch is using the Java technology on the JForum open source software.


 
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RaviNada Kiran wrote:How many developers were involved in developing this site and on what technology the code is developed??

Our last newsletter covered this topic. Do check it out!
 
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