MCSE LOGO question

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by High Hopes, Mar 21, 2006.

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    High Hopes Guest

    hi, i just did my mcse, i am creating new resume and i am not sure
    where to put the mcse logo, should it be on the top or at the bottom,
    and is there any site on the internet where i can find an example,
    High Hopes, Mar 21, 2006
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    Grep Guest

    I would leave the logo off of your resume.
    Grep, Mar 22, 2006
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    High Hopes Guest

    what does that mean ?
    post helpful information in groups or shut your hole
    High Hopes, Mar 22, 2006
  4. High Hole,

    The information you provided is not helpful.

    Shut your hole.

    My post, however, is helpful, because I have helped you to realize that the
    information you provided is not helpful.

    My hole will remain open.

    Moderator [MVP] [Meaty Variable Parser] [, Mar 22, 2006
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    High Hopes Guest

    My hole will remain open.

    This tells what you are.
    and u are NOT helpful
    High Hopes, Mar 22, 2006
  6. **High Hopes's** the one who fcukin said it
    I'd say he was pretty fsukin helpful you a$$monky. Where do you get off
    coming in here and talking to people like that???

    That's *my* job!!!!

    As for your lame a$$ resume....When have you *ever* seen anyone put their
    logo on a resume (MS or not)??

    That's what the business card is for you dolt!
    Bigus Di©kus, Mar 22, 2006
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    Lasher Guest

    Lasher, Mar 22, 2006
  8. March 21, 2006

    Hi... try to ignore the others -- definitely not helpful in any form or

    Try checking out the private MCP member site...

    Then go on to the Logo Builder section and you can get a copy of the Logo
    License Agreement & Guidelines -- this document has many suggestions on
    where to place logos in documents such as resumes/biz cards/etc... I believe
    the recommended is bottom right/left corners.

    Hope this helps!

    Joseph Bittman
    Microsoft Certified Solution Developer
    Microsoft Most Valuable Professional -- DPM

    Web Site/Blog: http://CactiDevelopers.ResDev.Net/
    Joseph Bittman MVP MCSD, Mar 22, 2006
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    Frisbee® Guest

    Uh, Grep is not an MCNGP, but he was indeed QUITE helpful. He was not
    flaming, he merely offered an asked-for opinion. It wasn't the opinion the
    OP wanted, but it was an opinion. And for what it's worth, it's one that is
    almost certainly shared by the majority of posters here. Putting a logo on
    a resume is lame, period. It doesn't surprise me, though, that you
    disagree. You tout your stuff in every post, including your certs and your
    coveted MVP. Your ridiculous signature speaks volumes for you, as does your
    starting every post with the date at the top. Geeze, Joseph Bittman, get a
    freakin' clue.
    I'm sure it will, since the OP is a lamer, just like you.
    Frisbee®, Mar 22, 2006
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    LnkWizard Guest

    Since your density level seems high, I will expand on Grep's previous

    After having checked with several different HR folks that I know, they
    have told me that it is really not a good idea to include a logo on your
    resume. It detracts from the document and makes you seem rather
    pretentious. Granted it looks pretty and can make it look like it will
    stand out, but experienced HR folks see it and it goes in the "do
    use this guy" pile real quick.

    However you can include a separate section in your resume that lists
    your various certification all in one neat and tidy spot. This also makes
    them stand out and draws the eye to them, without being a detraction
    from the meat of the document. It is nice to have the certs, as it shows
    that you can read and take tests rather well. Most experienced HR folks
    see that and then look to see if you have the experience to go with it.

    Based on your responses here, I doubt that I would hire you for you took
    no time in trying to understand the response given and just fired off
    a smarta$$ed remark, not a real good way to be. Take time to understand
    what is going on and DON'T take stuff so personally and you will
    do much better.


    LnkWizard, Mar 22, 2006
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    TechGeekPro Guest

    It meant he thought you should leave the logo off your resume you tool.
    TechGeekPro, Mar 22, 2006
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    TechGeekPro Guest

    I do, and my new boss was quite impressed with them. :p
    TechGeekPro, Mar 22, 2006
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    TechGeekPro Guest

    Let me "open my hole" and add, if you can't figure how to log into the MCP
    Member Site, download a logo and add a simple graphic to your resume, you
    don't deserve an MCSE or a subsequent job in I.T.
    TechGeekPro, Mar 22, 2006
  14. **TechGeekPro's** the one who fcukin said it
    I know, I've seen them, I was messing with the guy.
    Bigus Di©kus, Mar 22, 2006
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    TechGeekPro Guest

    *Sniff* But... but... they're so... purdy. *sniff, sniff*
    TechGeekPro, Mar 22, 2006
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    MitchS Guest

    I had every intention of being helpful, but since you are being such an a$$
    towards someone who gave friendly, honest advice I'll just go with bugger
    off luser.
    MitchS, Mar 22, 2006
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    MitchS Guest

    At least he doesn't start with the star date.
    MitchS, Mar 22, 2006
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    Frisbee® Guest

    Well, you know what they say about opinions and Jamesholes...

    It's only my opinion.

    Please don't cry.

    Okay, dambit. Logos are the shiznit on resumes!
    Frisbee®, Mar 22, 2006
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    Briscobar Guest

    I put my A+ logo on my resume!
    Briscobar, Mar 22, 2006
  20. Keeping my hole open is my way of being helpful.

    It's no longer helpful to tell people that they are not helpful.

    Thank you for being unhelpful.

    Shut your hole.
    Moderator [MVP] [Meaty Variable Parser] [, Mar 22, 2006
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