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Subject:Re: A. Woodhouse about Certification From:Jan Jackson <jjackson -at- SUSQ -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 14 May 1996 18:28:38 EDT
Sorry I'm a little late with this, but I would love to know
how you test people without their knowledge. Any tips would be
Victor Chapel writes:
> For me the answer is to be more
> diligent in interviewing and less trusting of what people "say
> they can do." Now every candidate has to show what they can do
> through writing samples, answering a few technical questions,
> and passing a short test (without knowing they're being tested).
Jan Jackson, Technical Writer
Susquehanna Investment Group
email: jjackson -at- susq -dot- com
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