Re: Why they don't ask for candidates by technology skills.
What seems odd to me is that recruiters are so preoccupied with tools. They say, "What have you got?", which translates to, "What tools do you know how to use." More valuable questions might be, "Can you diagram a process from start to finish?" or "Can you develop a coherent paragraph on a topic?." And, as John Posada reflected, a question or two about familiarity technology might be useful.
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