It is not always possible to
find the time to share knowledge with those seeking to learn. But
the entire reason that BumbleBee Works is sucessful is because
people did just that.
The abundance of knowledge and
freely downloadable scripts were the foundation for learning and
program development for our company. When there was a problem we
could not solve, there was always someone ready to give an answer.
There was always some helpful voice in a forum, some snippit of
code or a friendly e-mail to a stranger to lend a helping hand.
Now years later, The Cyber Web
is one of the leading companies in web development with
proprietary hosting systems, credit card processing and countless
profitable websites from classifieds to affiliate marketing.
It is only fitting that we can
give back to the programing community with new and inovative
ideas that we have developed.
It is never in the business
plan to release code that makes your system run or gives you the
edge over your competition. And none of the stock holders would
approve of making the software they paid for an open source
However, its important to
support young developers, teenagers that will inevitably enter
the programing market in the near future.
Our hope is to contribute to
the open source archives online. Many young programers do not
have the resources to offer their scripts available for free. We,
as a hosting company do have the resources to offer downloads and
We extend the offer to any
programer to allow us to archive their free perl scripts on our
website. This will insure that the resources that have been
available during our growth will continue to be available to
anyone entering the world of perl.
It is sometimes disapointing
that the web is made up of millions of independently financed
websites. When a young programer is excited and wants to share,
they post a website. A year later the site is offline and all the
great information they offered is gone.
The focus of this website will
be to provide a free and stable resource for good quality perl
programs, tutorials and information about perl programing. We
don't want to take away from any of the awesome perl resources
online, but many list website that closed years ago.
We would like to provide a
resource for perl programers to post resumes, sites owners to
post jobs and ask for bids but more importantly provide a great
archive of perl programs. The goal is not to replace or beat any
existing resources but to add to the overall availability of
great code and the exchange of ideas.
This website is a part time,
spare time project. So if the development is slow, that is why.
If anyone is interested in contributing articles or programs,
please let us know.
We can be contacted via
support at either of our web hosting sites bumblebeeworks.com or pagebuzz.com.