Tuesday, July 10, 2012


The first time I saw a resume from a programming applicant which also contained a multi-page statement of the person's philosophy of programming, I was so impressed.

Now, 15-million of them later, I have learned a valuable lesson:  the strongest philosophy (or strategy) doesn't achieve anything unless it's audible on the radio every time listeners tune in.

These days, I am less impressed by lengthy statements of general and fundamental problems.  Now, I want to know what you do to bring it all to life in entertaining, engaging, compelling ways.

How's your execution of that philosophy in reality?

How about laying that out in detail, with proof?

Stand out from the pack.

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