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On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 2:53 PM, Wjhonson <wjhon...@aol.com> wrote:

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> Oh my.
> Bites Tongue.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert <i...@keyway.net>
> To: U2 Users List <u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org>
> Sent: Fri, Dec 13, 2013 12:27 pm
> Subject: Re: [U2] [OT] Interview Questions
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> Please email me in regards to your ads. I am currently in between
> contracts/assignments/projects and looking for my next assignment.
> Multivalue languages I have been programming in:
>
> * CACHE (language: MV BASIC)
> * INFORMATION (language: INFO/BASIC)
> * jBASE (language: jBC, jBASE BASIC, jBASIC)
> * MENTOR System (language: DATA/BASIC, DATABASIC, DATA BASIC)
> * MVENTERPRISE (language: MVENTERPRISE BASIC)
> * MVON/ONWARE (language: ONWARE BASIC)
> * OPENINSIGHT (language: BASIC+)
> * OPENQM, QM (language: QMBASIC)
> * PICK, Advanced PICK, D3 (language: PICK BASIC)
> * Power95 (language: DATA/BASIC, DATABASIC, DATA BASIC)
> * REALITY System (language: DATA/BASIC, DATABASIC, DATA BASIC)
> * REVELATION, Advanced REVELATION (language: R/BASIC, REVELATION BASIC)
> * UNIDATA (language: UNIBASIC)
> * UNIVERSE (language: UNIVERSE BASIC)
> * UNIVISION (language: UVBASIC)
> * WebSphere DataStage (language: DSBASIC, DataStage BASIC)
>
> Robert Norman, Multivalue Programmer/Analyst
> (951) 541-1668
>
> On 10/7/2013 7:35 PM, Kevin King wrote:
> > This is not specifically a job posting, but I do have ads up on Monster
> and
> > LinkedIn looking for talent.
> >
> > At the risk of confessing too much, I have historically been far too easy
> > in the interview process.  As a result, I have had some
> less-than-excellent
> > hires and spent far too much time and money trying to rescue
> > underperforming and/or recalcitrant staff.  Therefore, I'm planning to be
> > much more discriminating this time around, and am building a series of
> > technical questions to help quickly identify those that have the right
> > skills, abilities, and attitude for our team compared to those who may
> not.
> >
> > That being said, I have a question for the group:
> >
> > Technical questions aside, what are the best interview questions you've
> > asked, been asked, or otherwise heard about that help differentiate
> between
> > the candidates worthy of additional consideration vs. those that are not?
> >
> > Each company is different of course, but that aside I'm hoping to get
> some
> > ideas to cut to the heart of the matter as quickly and efficiently as
> > possible, both for the sake of the interviewer and the interviewee.  (My
> > technical interview is bordering on 200 questions and growing at an
> > alarming pace.) If there were a half dozen questions to open with that
> > could help set the stage for what may be to come, that could be very
> > beneficial for everyone in this mix.
> >
> > Also, in an effort to keep the OT to a minimum, please don't ask me
> > questions about the positions here.  If you have questions, email me
> > directly or through LinkedIn.  I'd prefer to keep this topic on point of
> > your recommended interview questions.
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