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The other answers address the tool itself. Let me address the real value. In my experience, any piece of software loses value extremely quickly. To retain value, it needs constant updating. Thus, the tools I have developed lost their value very quickly. The main value I got out of them is the skill in developing such tools. That is a very valuable skill that ...


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I have no idea how to value a piece of software like this. it's extremely easy, write down how much income it is generating each year multiply that by a fudgey number around 10. It's that easy. Another good way to do it. get a quote from a software company on how much it would cost to reproduce it. (Or, just guesstimate that.) multiply that by a fudgey ...


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Do not reveal the source code, without fair compensation. If you're correct and this tool does provide a major edge to the big players in the industry, then the data it produces is going to be worth a lot. They have asked under what terms I would bring my tool with me Is the contract to hire you, or get their hands on your tool so they can show the door in ...


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I'm having trouble understanding the two positions you refer to. I also had to look up SME/SMB, but maybe they are more common where you live. From my experience I would say that joining a small company as an executive should not block any career paths. On the contrary, I would think that it would give you a wider breadth of experience, as you'll probably ...


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Should I add my previous banking work experiences in resume? Yes Obviously, for each section of experience, you have to decide how detailed it needs to be. Your last technical job might be very detailed, while your banking job might just be a one-liner with the job title and company at the end of the list. But if it is an important part of your work life (...


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I think it really depends. If your resume is targeting a technical job, then you prioritise any technical experience you've had. Non relevant experience should stay on your resume until you have enough experience in your chosen industry that there is no longer room for it. If choosing between you and a candidate with exactly the same (relevant) experience, ...


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Well, the bottom line is: you only add the relevant information in a CV. To elaborate: Describe the past experiences which are relevant to the job profile you're applying for, and just mention the work tenure of other jobs you held. The jobs which are not directly relevant, can be just a one-liner(s), and if applicable, can mention the learnings you obtained ...


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