February 24th, 2009

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Re: Thank you!

This way be the sweetest bug report I've recently crafted. The form I filled out is here.
Mr [Last],

Good afternoon. I don't recall requesting information about mail filtering services, but thank you none the less.
I was actually inquiring about career opportunities with your firm. Perhaps I filled out the wrong form?

Sorry to trouble you, then. Please let me know if you have any openings for Linux administrators or security
analysts.

Thank you,
[adric]

On Feb 24, 2009, at 1:35 PM, [First Last] wrote:

[adric],
Your FREE six months of expert Spam protection is on the way! Please reply with some times that you will be available for your initial phone call.

We'll call and set up a time to help you rid your inbox and those of your employees of all of that time consuming and objectionable spam.

I'm looking forward to speaking with you.

Thanks,
[First Last]
CEO
800-xxx-yyyy
Books

Resume/CV query

I recently completed a fairly prestigious online course, the first seminar in a series of professional education classes for a speciality field. Overlooking my need to write a new resume/CV from scratch to replace the legacy system, what are your thoughts about how to include this class? I'm particularly interested as to the weight I should give it with respect to recent employment, recent work, past education, trade skills, certifications, and volunteer work. (Those being the areas I've thought to cover in a new resume/CV). My first guess is to put it at the top of the legacy document when I make a couple other changes.

The volunteer work (and open source project) begs a whole set of questions on it's own... we'll return to those later.
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