Dear Mikey Mouse

you are the only one to thing so, and here the only guy who is riding
a Donkey is you, I have no problem with Andrea is a smart guy, but
just said it's kind of not a good point to troll when a recruiter is
looking for someone and I am sorry I did not say you were trolling
secondable I have 2 decates of coding behind me and also recruiting
people for a well known huge company so if I don't fully understand
the psychological demographics... yes and unfortunately is not
something to be proud and certainly not excuse and a way to look for,
before suggesting something to someone you need skills that you don't
seem to have and even able to acquire.


On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 1:37 PM, LinuxManMikeC <> wrote:
> Who's trolling?  I simply and succinctly stated that you don't fully
> understand the psychological demographics of IT industry employees.
> And frankly, you've done far more to disrupt this thread by riding in
> on your high and mighty horse than I did in my 3 word comment.  Mr.
> Botbol is a big boy who can sift through the chaff without your help.
> Now, so as to not derail things any further, I will summarily STFU.  I
> suggest you do the same.
> On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 2:19 PM, mm w <> wrote:
>> Hello Mike,
>> sure like everyone I like sometimes to troll, I don't want to be the
>> "moral warrior guy" there, but when you are clever there is a time and
>> a place to troll not when people offers job, developers like to argue
>> this is a fact, but you have to know when it's to right time.
>> Best,
>> On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 1:10 PM, LinuxManMikeC <> 
>> wrote:
>>> On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 1:56 PM, mm w <> wrote:
>>>> you can be a good coder but you cannot
>>>> be without a minimum of social skills and education
>>> You'd be surprised...

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