Monthly Archives: July 2010

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bleeding_edge_technology I came across the term “bleeding edge technology” today. Since I am not on the “bleeding edge” of this phrase, or even the dull edge, I had to wikipedia it. Do we need this phrase? Shouldn’t the “cutting edge” … Continue reading

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It’s all in who you know (or don’t)

Dear Recruiter Dear (insert Company Name) Recruiter Dear Sir or Madam After having called and emailed a couple of companies in search of names, I have realized there is sometimes no way to obtain the name or gender of the person … Continue reading

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Be wary of “a working knowledge”

Before you chug “with a working knowledge of (XYZ)” into your resume, take a look at wiktionary.org’s definition of this phrase that pops into mind far too quickly: “Working knowledge: A knowledge of how to make something work without any … Continue reading

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