Re: a different resume red flag
Dick Margulis said
I think we're on the same page--too much stress on one set of requirements is wrong. We all want to hire and work with people who know the tools, know (or can quickly come up to speed) on
the domainknowledge, know how to interview, investigate, and write.
That's the first sensible thing you've said in this thread, Steve.
Wow -- that's a really snarky comment and attack.
Define snarky. Maybe I should take that as a compliment?
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