so here's the cool thing about heat. creating heat is one of the few things that we can actually do with amazing efficiency, nearly 100% in fact.
so i'm not sure what you think thermodynamics has to do with this, but even a 7th grader could tell you that running a computer is actually a very effective and efficient way to generate heat from electricity.
now, when sending servers out to a bunch of different locations and keeping track of them, i would say that a logistics manager is pretty darn useful. here's the definition, in case you aren't clear: http://www.merriam-webster.com...
when it comes to creating a distributed system of servers that handle programming tasks and then report their findings back to a central source, i'd probably want a hot-dog vendor to plan that out for me. wait, no, i'd want a programmer, that's right.
what are your qualifications, oh anonymous coward?