Re: Samples

Subject: Re: Samples
From: Randy Burgess <ghost -at- ELIZA -dot- NETAXIS -dot- COM>
Date: Sat, 29 Apr 1995 08:15:00 -0400

> Unfortunately, most of my work has been done under the auspices
> of non-disclosure agreements. As such, I don't have a whole
> lot of the material I've produced over the years.
> My question is, when I have interviews, what should I bring as
> samples?

The documentation house I work at has just been interviewing a
bunch of folks for a position; from my participation in those interviews,
I would suggest that a) your technical expertise as such will be
established by a well-written resume, and b) your writing samples need
not be technical but _do_ need to show that you can put sentences
together coherently. There's loads of folks who know programs & systems
and relatively few who can write. I would think some of the non-fiction
pieces you say you've written on the side would do just fine.


Randy Burgess : E-mail: ghost -at- eliza -dot- netaxis -dot- com
Ghost Associates : Postal: 17 Fairgreen Lane
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