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Wow, almost a year since my last post and loads of things have changed and happenedWay too much to detail here all at once, but in preparation for codegarden - which I'll be attending - I thought I should get upgraded to Umbraco 3 and get my Blog back onlineI still need to fix the search and update my bio and CV but everything else should be pretty much working againI'll post again over the weekend when I'll be revealing my codegarden treat for you all. Perl for UmbracoOh, and I still eat lots of noodles :) I found out there are a couple of Vietnamese places in Copenhagen, so I'll be checking them out when I am over there.See you all at Tivoli a week MondayDarren
to focus on what you have done
And where you have done it, but we're much more interested in what you can do and what you are potentially capable of achieving with us.
It is surprisingly common for a candidate to have written a load of stuff on their CV, but which disappointingly they can't discuss at interview; and Similarly we stumble across people full of curiosity, and problem solving ability but who can't write a coherent CV..
So what is this magic application process?
If you’ve read the list
and get actively involved
in the tendering process
Potential travel to client sites throughout Europe
To apply please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org along with
a brief covering email. You should