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comment At which point do you “know” a technology enough to list it on a resume
Not applicable here in Europe... no one adds skill rating on the resume, it would look very weird.
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comment At which point do you “know” a technology enough to list it on a resume
-1: You can't just list technologies you are currently using, this way your resume would be almost empty. I don't say you have to cheat, but it should be clear even to the interviewer that you'll be more "fresh" on some technologies than others.
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comment At which point do you “know” a technology enough to list it on a resume
-1: You can't just list technologies you are currently using, this way your resume would be almost empty. I don't say you have to cheat, but it should be clear even to the interviewer that you'll be more "fresh" on some technologies than others.
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answered Should I accept a job if pair programming is required?
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comment Should I accept a job if pair programming is required?
-1 Is pair programming great? It is the worst thing ever happened in my working life!
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answered Is a university education worth it for a good programmer?
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