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Update Feb 04, 2004 at 22:36 UTC
24 hours after my post, the nodes in the above list received 98 votes, so here is the updated situation.

Author title rep
ferrency "Don't try this at home" 250 ( +9)
footpad On Responsible Considerations 247 ( +3)
btrott RE: RE: Things are not what they seem like. 241 ( +3)
Ovid Paradigm Shift - Don't use strict 239 ( +5)
chromatic How You (Yes You!) Can Get Involved 235 ( +7)
Masem How to RTFM 234 ( +8)
Erudil There can be only one! 234 ( +7)
Ovid 'our' is not 'my' 231 ( +5)
Abigail-II My coding guidelines 231 (+15)
boo_radley SPAM eater 224 ( +4)
Juerd Perl cheat sheet 224 ( +5)
tilly The path to mastery 218 ( +4)
Petruchio Oh my God! Tie killed Perl! 217 ( +3)
btrott Tricks with DBI 215 ( +2)
gmax The fine art of database programming 214 ( +1)
jcwren Stats Whoring - The VXML Way 213 ( +3)
dws Do my homework for me! 212 ( +5)
demerphq Advanced Sorting - GRT - Guttman Rosler Transform 207 ( +7)
gmax DBI recipes 204 ( +2)

I am not going to keep this list updated, though. My purpose in posting this it was to try convincing the gods to extend Best Nodes. Here are the facts. There are many excellent nodes waiting to be appreciated, and people in the Monastery seem to like having these lists available.


In reply to Re: Best Nodes candidates (update) by dbwiz
in thread Best Nodes candidates by dbwiz

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