RE: Providing Samples (Was RE: Why they don't ask for candidates by technology skills.)
I volunteer at an animal shelter and have written a couple of training
pieces. I'm debating whether to include them once I finally get around to
creating a portfolio. One the one hand, they address complicated issues.
(Controlling an aggressive dog, for example.) I did a great deal of research
and worked very hard on these docs. I'm very proud of them. On the other, I
don't know if it would seem a bit flaky. Any thoughts?
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