Monthly Archives: August 2010

Job Applications

I’ve been doing some recruiting recently and have been disappointed with the standard of many of the applicants.  I thought I’d offer some guidance as to the things I would expect as a minimum from anyone applying for a job. … Continue reading

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The Bradford Factor

As you may have picked up from my last post, I am a Bradford City fan having spent 13 years of my life growing up in the city.  However, this post discusses the Bradford Factor a method recently introduced at … Continue reading

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Essential Listening 1

Following on from my reading list, here are the podcasts I listen to: Hanselminutes – Scott Hanselman talks tech.  He keeps it fairly lightweight and doesn’t get too deep in programming jargon.  The audio is good quality and he gets … Continue reading

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