I've been a software engineer since 1981. My frist *nix experience was with a PDP-11.
"BEFORE you install this; make sure you have EVERYTHING ready to boot with Xen. If you don't, expect many lost weekends attempting to recover your system ... I really do NOT think the install script should Boot to Xen just because Xen was installed. Whatever goes down during the install, left my PC in an unusable state and even after I got things recovered; Xen again tryed to usurp the grub boot script. Poorly installed. BEWARE, there be dragons."
"I actually liked it with Mint 17 - It isn't working as far as I can see with Sarah. I may try later. For now, need to bid farewell."
"Just wat I want. Lots of uses for developers, testers, admin, etc. Beginners are recommended to 'tread carefully'. Good luck, and happy scripting!"
"I would remove it but some other things will be removed too. It is disabled in my browser."
"utilities are your opportunities to make something Fantastic! Are you still reading? Go for it!"
"a solid db that can take you from prototype to scale and a little more!"
"There are options I'd like to see around window management -- However it does a better job than the top-3 alternated. Somthing for 'smart' gnome users to consider is that some (missing) options can be executed with ALT-key combinations (e.g MOVE). Sometimes you just need to go old-school ;-)"
"Not configurable; also wastes MOST of my screen. I can put a hot-key on most things; so no special value to me."