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Sure, and I would hand you this resume right away: Nolo Problemo Senior Software Engineer, 1983 to Present Highly qualified in judging people, especially prospective co-workers. I'm the guy who wil …
answered Jun 2 '17 by Nolo Problemo
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Yes, it is rational to worry that you will fail at something or disappoint someone who you value. If they are offering you good money + benefits to learn a new skill set, jump at it (especially if …
answered Sep 25 '15 by Nolo Problemo
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Send the thank-you. You have no idea what the hiring manager or HR at that company is thinking, or even IF they're thinking about you. Don't interpret too much into their silence, as you don't know …
answered Oct 24 '17 by Nolo Problemo
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I predict some down votes, but there is a difference between "bad-mouthing" someone and just stating the facts. If I knew who the hiring manager was, I would give him a heads up on this guy. If this …
answered Apr 14 '16 by Nolo Problemo