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James Dinsdale 25 Jul 13
you totally should. It's almost as good as the person who asked if I could use an Excel spreadsheet instead of MySQL…
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Peter Cooper 25 Jul 13
I mean.. it'd be possible, just a git repo full of text files of the jobs, right? ;-)
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James Dinsdale 25 Jul 13
of course! I hadn't actually thought of that. It would certainly be quick ;)
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Peter Cooper 25 Jul 13
And.. jobs from recruiters & companies who know how to use git to submit them might actually be.. GOOD! *gasp* :-)
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James Dinsdale 25 Jul 13
you're so right. Why has no-one thought of this before?
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richquick 25 Jul 13
To apply, please fork this repo.
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James Dinsdale 25 Jul 13
answers to interview questions in commit messages?
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Syd Lawrence 🤖 25 Jul 13
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Daniel Reilly 25 Jul 13
I'd also like to, where possible; bootstrap my nodejs to php on a git frontend with lots of HTML5 and CSS3 everywhere :)
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zenlan 25 Jul 13
Git the NoSQL database. Still need some code though.
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John Camacho 25 Jul 13
lol, educate them
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Ryan Tablada 25 Jul 13
they are up there with companies asking for 10 years of experience with ember, css3 and html5...
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kevindeleon 25 Jul 13
Amazing RT : Received this actual email today. I think they may be disappointed:
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Sebastian Dieser 25 Jul 13
Ha! We don't use Git for our job sites because it's too easy to clone them. :p
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Alex Forbes-Reed 25 Jul 13
this.is.amazing.
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CM Harrington 25 Jul 13
you MUST troll them. Oh gods please troll them.
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Christian Peters 25 Jul 13
cc : didn't you add git as a skill on recently?
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James Dinsdale 25 Jul 13
I have no idea what that is
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Ali Alzabarah 25 Jul 13
: Received this actual email today. I think they may be disappointed: ++
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