mprados at gmail.com
Wed Apr 4 20:09:09 UTC 2012
And for what it's worth, I know that there is a lot of variation by
industry, role, and type of employer, but it is really easy to tell the
difference between a candidate that used a shotgun approach to send out a
lot of applications to any vaguely appropriate job listing, and a candidate
who has been more selective, and has identified and carefully researched
some roles where she or he is likely to be a good fit. A candidate in the
latter category with less experience and education can compare favorably
with a candidate in the first category with better credentials. And, from
the other side of the interview, the main hazard in my successful job
searches has been staying up too late reading about a company (or a handful
of companies) I'm interested in, rather than carpal tunnel.
But your results may vary, and if this doesn't apply to your situation,
then please disregard.
On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 12:37 PM, Justin Doerr <justinsfca at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks man, I'll still take a look.
> On Apr 4, 2012 8:52 AM, "Lee Sonko" <lee at lee.org> wrote:
>> Oop. I see that PhraseText AutoExpress is similar to Autohotkey.
>> On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 8:50 AM, Lee Sonko <lee at lee.org> wrote:
>>> Autohotkey might help you. It's not fully automatic but it'll go a long
>>> way toward your goal.
>>> On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 8:01 PM, Justin Doerr <justinsfca at gmail.com>wrote:
>>>> I am filling out job applications and so far the only add on I could
>>>> find in filling out applications faster online is PhraseText AutoExpress.
>>>> Is there a good programming language that deals with logical functions that
>>>> can SPEED up the process and is more efficient than the auto-fill function,
>>>> and can prevent me from getting carpal tunnel. Something that is easy to
>>>> understand? I know that might be the dumbest question ever to ask a
>>>> community full of hackers but HEY..... I'm learning...... There is nothing
>>>> wrong with that!
>>>> I'm thinking of something along the lines of recording a macro in
>>>> Excel, if that helps you answer my question.
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