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Subject:Fw: A cautionary tale From:"Ivan Weiss" <ivan -dot- weiss -at- centurytel -dot- net> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Tue, 22 Jan 2002 09:06:35 -0800
""Damien Braniff"" <DBraniff -at- amphion -dot- com> wrote in message
news:<E40266D32D1D6A449058D00926137E1C477437 -at- exchange -dot- amphion -dot- com>...
People are human and HR aren't to be trusted :-)
Personally, my portfolio stays with me. If they interview me they get to
see it, if not tough!
This is exactly the advice we were given in the class I took in
Portfolio Presentation. We were admonished to tell any interviewers: "I
go with my portfolio, and my portfolio goes with me."
(slowly building a portfolio)
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