When podcasting is your job - An interview with Kevin Devin
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In this interview, I talk with Kevin Devin, founder of Friends in Tech
and former co-host of In The Trenches: The Podcast for Sys Admins
When faced with the outsourcing of his traditional IT position, Kevin was able to use his podcasting skills to create a new position for himself in the company.
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John Braheny and Douglas E. Welch Interview
Here is a shot taken of John Braheny
and myself taken after our interview on May 8, 2007. I had a great time with this interview and I hope you found it interesting as well.
If you missed the LIVE edition of the interview, simply scroll down on this page and you will find it.
More pictures from that night taken by JoAnn Braheny
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Elsewhere Online: Manager Tools: Interviews - The Introduction
You will never hear me claim to the expert on interviewing strategy, so I offer up this podcast from the folks at Manager tools to get you off on the right foot.
Like everything at Manager Tools, this podcast offers a clear, step-by-step approach that can give you an edge in any interview situation.
Be aware, this podcast is part of the Manager Tools Members Only section and will require a FREE registration to gain access. Trust me, though, it is well worth the time if you plan on interviewing anywhere soon.
Manager Tools - Tools for Leaders and Managers : Blog Archive : Interviews - The Introduction
In this cast, you’ll learn how to handle the crucial first five to ten minutes of any interview - Introductions. It is absolutely true that this is a critical part of the interview - first impressions are being formed, and I’d bet 75% of interviewers have a strong indication of how it’s going to go by the time this portion is done. That translates into our gut feeling that this is where 75% of technical interviewees fail. It’s THAT important.
(Via Manager Tools - Tools for Leaders and Managers.)
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