[tpm] February meeting ideas
legrady at gmail.com
Fri Feb 4 05:35:22 PST 2011
I was the one who actually suggested the topic. I've recently been
interviewing applicants and found they were mostly DB admins with no
knowledge of Unix, and no programming ability at all. My particular
interest is how people get relevant applicants and how they screen
them. The other topics seem worthwhile too. Oh, and if you know a
high-paying position with requirements matching my resume ....
Keeping people mostly on topic will be a chore for Chairman Mike
On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 7:35 AM, Mike Stok <mike at stok.ca> wrote:
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> At January's meeting someone suggested some kind of job / employment round-table for the February meeting. This email is intended to get some responses on the list.
> I thought some of the areas it might cover could include:
> * Skills to complement Perl (other languages, other areas of IT interest)
> * Interview tips and techniques (candidate's perspective)
> * Interview tips and techniques (interviewer's perspective)
> * Impressions of the Toronto area jobs market
> * War stories
> Do you think this has merit? Is it a whole meeting or half a meeting? If it does have merit then will someone volunteer as emcee?
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> Mike Stok <mike at stok.ca>
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