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How was Elance.com built?


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efilm66

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http://www.elance.com

Anyone have a guess? I ask because I may want to apply some of its functionalities toward some projects down the road. The site runs smoothly and efficiently. And I like a lot of its features. Can anyone get a bit more specific regarding its possible programming techniques? Thanks again

Edited by efilm66, 25 July 2007 - 11:16 PM.

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And before I forget... what about Geeks To Go? I love this site and the way it functions. So what type of programmer would I have to find in order to take full advantage of the speed in which this site runs and its efficiency?...
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Doesn't look like any thing was used special in the source coding of page. If you emulate them, I hope you do better then to leave in over 348 coding errors and several minor ones just on the home page alone.

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