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I haven't really taken the time to set this up, but you can look at my home node [perlmonks.org] on Perl Monks.

Journal of VSarkiss (704)

Tuesday August 10, 2004
02:39 PM

On the other side of the table

[ #20346 ]

I'm helping with some of the recruiting at my current job, so I'm going through some of the same job boards that I used before to look for contracts.

A few tips I can pass along:

  • If you're going to post your resume on your own web site, make sure it stays up.
  • If you want a Perl position, saying you have

    ...experience with Perl 5.6/5.8/6.0

    isn't impressive, unless your name is Larry Wall.

  • Similarly, saying you have

    C#: 10+ years experience

    doesn't reflect well either.

I did like the person who described themselves as a "dymanical" developer.

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  • Man... could I tell you some stories... :-)

    There is at least one University in Portugal where students of computer science take classes on how to behave in an interview...

    A common flaw is that none of them, in any University thoughout the country, seem to know anything about making resumes :-) Many of them include the most irrelevant information, while others have trouble making their point...

    Humm... I once started making some slides on that subject... I wonder where they are...