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Or... you could use the tried-and-tested method of actually knowing what you
are talking about. Radical suggestion, I know, but...

If you use templates like this to blag your way past an interview, it is
going to be obvious withing about 10 minutes of sitting down in front of a
computer. And most jobs would have a probation period, so "see ya".

Personally, I like to work with competent developers, not parrots.

Wanna cracker?

Marc
Jan 19 '06 #2

"Marc Gravell" <mg******@rm.com> wrote in message
news:e1**************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
Or... you could use the tried-and-tested method of actually knowing what
you are talking about. Radical suggestion, I know, but...

If you use templates like this to blag your way past an interview, it is
going to be obvious withing about 10 minutes of sitting down in front of a
computer. And most jobs would have a probation period, so "see ya".

Personally, I like to work with competent developers, not parrots.


Good luck finding any of those! Perhaps they're all working for MSN, Yahoo
and AOL helping the US government spy on its citizens!

http://yro.slashdot.org/yro/06/01/20/018211.shtml

Yahoo, Microsoft and America Online all complied with a government request
for data on consumers' Web searches, a Justice Department official said
Thursday.
Court documents and sources maintain the information did not compromise
users' privacy.

But Google has refused to accede to government's demand, and on Wednesday
the Bush administration asked a San Jose federal judge to force the Mountain
View search company to comply with the subpoena.


Jan 20 '06 #3

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