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07-17-2006, 04:46 PM #31
Originally Posted by Spookster
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And as for wining and dining you, you must get the other contractors also trying to get you to spill the beans on how your current employer's figures look, haha.
About 4 months ago, i went up to Jacksonville to visit our site there and see the P-3 simulators. I was suppose to get the chance to fly one, but unfortunately, when we arrived, I had missed the window between classes, so instead, i watched some of the cadets there fly. I was really hoping to jump on one and take a test drive, hehe.
07-31-2006, 11:45 AM #32
this thread seems to have sidelined the original post. but here's my penny's worth. experience is king and i would start with a personal website about me to showcase my skills - yourname.com, i would display all the appropiate standards tags (w3.org etc), i would give a brief overview of different relevant technologies (in say, the tech section) i.e. css, ajax, php, asp etc etc, i would even create an rss feed and tag that on every page, i would have an bio section about my qualifications and lastly i would do some work for free and write overview of the website, with a thumbnail and link. maybe even start a blog.
treat the website as your cv and post it up here and i am sure people will help. i think that would demonstrate your abilities better than a piece a paper. be creative, don't be dishearted.