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RL \(Bob\) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
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      07-11-2004
Ok, it's been about a month, and I just finished my 2nd part of my article
about IT jobs. I'd appreciate any feedback, which I may put into a 3rd
piece, when all is said and done.

I took a bit of a different approach with this one, using a bullet-point
style. There's some repetition, but I try to point out some thoughts and
ideas for folks looking for work in the IT biz.

Again, thanks for the feedback, both from part 1 and 2 (in advance).

Articles (including Part 1 and 2):
http://www.rlcoppedge.com/GCPCUGArticles.htm

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NorthEast Ohio
www.RLCoppedge.com
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      07-12-2004

Good article. I especially agree with the point that it's important for an
IT professional (or any professional) to love what they do for a living.
Otherwise, they will eventually burn out or let their skillset go stale. If
someone is not the type individual who spends an evening reading a developer
magazine or "playing" with new technology, then they simply won't make it in
the IT profession.

By the way, I want to let you know that the following link is currently
broken, because of a misspelled file extention.
http://www.rlcoppedge.com/Outsourcing.mht

WKidd

"RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Ok, it's been about a month, and I just finished my 2nd part of my article
> about IT jobs. I'd appreciate any feedback, which I may put into a 3rd
> piece, when all is said and done.
>
> I took a bit of a different approach with this one, using a bullet-point
> style. There's some repetition, but I try to point out some thoughts and
> ideas for folks looking for work in the IT biz.
>
> Again, thanks for the feedback, both from part 1 and 2 (in advance).
>
> Articles (including Part 1 and 2):
> http://www.rlcoppedge.com/GCPCUGArticles.htm
>
> --
> RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
> NorthEast Ohio
> www.RLCoppedge.com
> (E-Mail Removed)
>
>



 
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catwalker63
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      07-12-2004
Excellent series!

Just a few misspelled/misused words:

Know your target. I want someone whose strength (change to strengths) work
with my needs.

Practice. I've often said the (change to that) English is the worst
spoken computer language in the IT industry.

Specialization versus generalization. . . . but isn't (change to "are
not") as sharp on a particular skill as a specialist in that skill.

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Kelley
aka catwalker
IT Professional, MCP
"RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Ok, it's been about a month, and I just finished my 2nd part of my article
> about IT jobs. I'd appreciate any feedback, which I may put into a 3rd
> piece, when all is said and done.
>
> I took a bit of a different approach with this one, using a bullet-point
> style. There's some repetition, but I try to point out some thoughts and
> ideas for folks looking for work in the IT biz.
>
> Again, thanks for the feedback, both from part 1 and 2 (in advance).
>
> Articles (including Part 1 and 2):
> http://www.rlcoppedge.com/GCPCUGArticles.htm
>
> --
> RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
> NorthEast Ohio
> www.RLCoppedge.com
> (E-Mail Removed)
>
>



 
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      07-12-2004
I found another one, too, under the "Certification" heading:

"But those with professional certifications seemed to be able to right their own ticket in terms of salary and organization." use "write their own tickets" instead of "right"

-diana

"catwalker63" wrote:

> Excellent series!
>
> Just a few misspelled/misused words:
>
> Know your target. I want someone whose strength (change to strengths) work
> with my needs.
>
> Practice. I've often said the (change to that) English is the worst
> spoken computer language in the IT industry.
>
> Specialization versus generalization. . . . but isn't (change to "are
> not") as sharp on a particular skill as a specialist in that skill.
>
> --
> Kelley
> aka catwalker
> IT Professional, MCP
> "RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > Ok, it's been about a month, and I just finished my 2nd part of my article
> > about IT jobs. I'd appreciate any feedback, which I may put into a 3rd
> > piece, when all is said and done.
> >
> > I took a bit of a different approach with this one, using a bullet-point
> > style. There's some repetition, but I try to point out some thoughts and
> > ideas for folks looking for work in the IT biz.
> >
> > Again, thanks for the feedback, both from part 1 and 2 (in advance).
> >
> > Articles (including Part 1 and 2):
> > http://www.rlcoppedge.com/GCPCUGArticles.htm
> >
> > --
> > RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
> > NorthEast Ohio
> > www.RLCoppedge.com
> > (E-Mail Removed)
> >
> >

>
>
>

 
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RL \(Bob\) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
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      07-13-2004
thanks to both of you for catching those...um...creative uses of the
language...er...of course, they were placed there...uh...on...purpose.
Yeah, that's the ticket!

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RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
NorthEast Ohio
www.RLCoppedge.com
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"Diana" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> I found another one, too, under the "Certification" heading:
>
> "But those with professional certifications seemed to be able to right

their own ticket in terms of salary and organization." use "write their own
tickets" instead of "right"
>
> -diana
>
> "catwalker63" wrote:
>
> > Excellent series!
> >
> > Just a few misspelled/misused words:
> >
> > Know your target. I want someone whose strength (change to strengths)

work
> > with my needs.
> >
> > Practice. I've often said the (change to that) English is the worst
> > spoken computer language in the IT industry.
> >
> > Specialization versus generalization. . . . but isn't (change to "are
> > not") as sharp on a particular skill as a specialist in that skill.
> >
> > --
> > Kelley
> > aka catwalker
> > IT Professional, MCP
> > "RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> > news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > > Ok, it's been about a month, and I just finished my 2nd part of my

article
> > > about IT jobs. I'd appreciate any feedback, which I may put into a

3rd
> > > piece, when all is said and done.
> > >
> > > I took a bit of a different approach with this one, using a

bullet-point
> > > style. There's some repetition, but I try to point out some thoughts

and
> > > ideas for folks looking for work in the IT biz.
> > >
> > > Again, thanks for the feedback, both from part 1 and 2 (in advance).
> > >
> > > Articles (including Part 1 and 2):
> > > http://www.rlcoppedge.com/GCPCUGArticles.htm
> > >
> > > --
> > > RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
> > > NorthEast Ohio
> > > www.RLCoppedge.com
> > > (E-Mail Removed)
> > >
> > >

> >
> >
> >



 
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Ming Ma
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      07-15-2004
Great article, and I will pass it on to my friends.

Thanks.

"RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Ok, it's been about a month, and I just finished my 2nd part of my article
> about IT jobs. I'd appreciate any feedback, which I may put into a 3rd
> piece, when all is said and done.
>
> I took a bit of a different approach with this one, using a bullet-point
> style. There's some repetition, but I try to point out some thoughts and
> ideas for folks looking for work in the IT biz.
>
> Again, thanks for the feedback, both from part 1 and 2 (in advance).
>
> Articles (including Part 1 and 2):
> http://www.rlcoppedge.com/GCPCUGArticles.htm
>
> --
> RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
> NorthEast Ohio
> www.RLCoppedge.com
> (E-Mail Removed)
>
>



 
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RL \(Bob\) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
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      07-15-2004
thanks back at you!

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RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
NorthEast Ohio
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"Ming Ma" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:%(E-Mail Removed)...
> Great article, and I will pass it on to my friends.
>
> Thanks.
>
> "RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > Ok, it's been about a month, and I just finished my 2nd part of my

article
> > about IT jobs. I'd appreciate any feedback, which I may put into a 3rd
> > piece, when all is said and done.
> >
> > I took a bit of a different approach with this one, using a bullet-point
> > style. There's some repetition, but I try to point out some thoughts

and
> > ideas for folks looking for work in the IT biz.
> >
> > Again, thanks for the feedback, both from part 1 and 2 (in advance).
> >
> > Articles (including Part 1 and 2):
> > http://www.rlcoppedge.com/GCPCUGArticles.htm
> >
> > --
> > RL (Bob) Coppedge, MCSE/MCT
> > NorthEast Ohio
> > www.RLCoppedge.com
> > (E-Mail Removed)
> >
> >

>
>



 
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