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LaTorra, Michael wrote:
> Richard Mateosian wrote:
> > I responded to the original request for pointers to Bay Area
> recruiters off
> > list, and I suggest others do the same.
> I beg to differ. Although I no longer work in the Bay Area, I was
> interested to read what other tech writers there had to say about
> recruiters. In fact, I took notes. Replying to the whole list has
> probably helped more people than you might think.
And I agree with Richard. I looked at the names suggested, realized
that I had profoundly different opinions in a couple of cases, and also
realized the price we'd have to pay as a company if I posted a negative
opinion on this list. I'm not taking that chance.