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#41868: "Monday morning everyone was able to come in and get work at 8 a.m."... should that be "come in and get _to_ work" ? or "come in and get files" ?--Michael Easter

P1.0
19-Dec-09
39

#41086: Duplicate word in beginnng of paragraph at top of page 39 (pdf):
"He found that some some aspects of a job are motivators..."
----------------^^^^--Jon Du Quesne

P1.0
25-Oct-09
39

#48050: twosome - "He found that >>>some some<<< aspects of a job are motivators".
BTW:great book!--Jakub Tuček

P1.0
27-Nov-11
44

#48051: subchapter Pride and Prestige
"If you think this sounds >>>egotistical<<<" - I am not native english speaker, but I think author means egoistical.--Jakub Tuček

P1.0
27-Nov-11
49
#41745: The list in the last sentence on the page lacks a comma between "like" and "modify": "You’ll create a first version, use it, see what you don’...more...
P1.0
07-Dec-09
56

#41748: In the last paragraph, “You’re interested for working for us..." should be “You’re interested in working for us...."--Craig Demyanovich

P1.0
08-Dec-09
57
#39291: In the paragraph describing the company heading, "if the company is unlikely to be familiar with the reader" should be "if the reader is unlik...more...
B1.0
31-May-09
65
#41749: In the paragraph before the bulleted list, "...it gives weight to the value that provided." should be "...it gives weight to the value that yo...more...
P1.0
08-Dec-09
70
#40874: "The same would hold true if you have a generally accepted certification, such as a CCNA or CCNE from Cisco." I guess, CCNE must be changed...more...
P1.0
27-Sep-09
72

#47562: Resume line is "Faire Fans", text in following paragraph references "Faire Geeks"

P1.0
14-Sep-11
98
#48302: Halfway down the page, a sentence says: ...he works for, since them employ him. and probably should be ...he works for, since t...more...
P1.0
15-Dec-11
104

#39357: First paragraph after the example says "since them employ him" instead of "since they employ him."--Tim Wentz

B1.0
07-Jun-09
112
#39811: In the section "Not-Quite-Random Web Searching", second paragraph, the suggested search is "bob.smith@example.com -site:example.com", but beca...more...
P1.0
03-Jul-09
113
#50372: This example is cartoonishly bad, but not at all implausable. The author of that email does not give a good impression about himself or the c...more...
P1.0
13-Dec-12
118
#40821: In answering a request for salary histor with a salary expectation, the word my is missing from "experience and talents" in the sentence "Base...more...
P1.0
21-Sep-09
127
#47805: It states: "Introduced test-driven development that reduced defects by 27% per KLOC". I would suggest to remove the "per KLOC" part complet...more...
P1.0
23-Oct-11
131

#43528: Section 6.4, second paragraph, second sentence: "If they company knows" should be "If the company knows".

P1.0
02-Jun-10
166

#39812: The implication is reversed in point 1. It should read "If you can do Active Directory, you can do LDAP."--Pete Krawczyk

P1.0
03-Jul-09
171

#48205: Run-on sentence. "This is a job I’d like to work on I think I can bring..."--Andy Lester

P1.0
05-Dec-11
174

#40019: "Granted, having your future employment on the line can add a bit stress" is missing the "of".--Andy Lester

P1.0
16-Jul-09
216
#47653: The first sentence on the page uses a singular noun ("choice") when it should have a plural noun ("choices"). The sentence reads, "Once you ha...more...
P1.0
27-Sep-11