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If you mean only the site "making", rather then "maintaining", then a minimum would be a designer, a developer, a usability engineer and quality assurance manager.If we take into account the size of what their server systems must be, we can add a system administrator to manage the server (or more likely - server farms).If we also take into account the actual maintaining of the site, then we add a lawyer (or as is often seen in "Credits" pages - "Legal consultant"), an advertising agent, a support operator (for users to send complains and suggestions to), content editor(s) and/or reporter(s), depending on the context.And as always, let us not forget - a manager, to manage all of those teams together. His/her nature may be a developer, a designer nature, or a reporter, depending on who would you call "the owner" of the site.Of course, the above are just minimums and only assume there's one man at each position (excluding the content editors), but with CNET, that's most certainly not the case.

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In addition to what boen_robot stated above, I think that they use some sort of content-management system in order to post their content quickly. Also, that is very likely because it is integrated with Download.com and other CNET sites.No, they most certainly don't use Notepad to write the code. If they do code by hand with the PHP and stuff, they most certainly would use a high-quality PHP editor.

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Have a look in the "Category" and "Expertise" sections of their Job List page - it has a listing of what they are looking for, and gives some idea of what sort of people they employ.

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