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At 6:50pm on March 11, 2008, Cherese DeJesus said…
Hi Egosatfa, I'm new to the recruiting community and I'm looking forward to networking and sharing ideas!

At 10:11am on December 11, 2007, Lisa said…
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At 12:44pm on July 20, 2007, Greg Le Noue said…
Thanks for the invite!!!
At 11:35am on July 20, 2007, Job Blogger said…
Thanks for the invite
At 11:06am on July 20, 2007, Slouch said…
Thanks for the invite
At 10:58am on July 20, 2007, Peter Richards said…
Like the picture! Keep in touch and good luck in your search.
At 10:44am on July 20, 2007, jobboardguy said…
Thanks for the invite.
Great pic.
Let me know if I (NationJob) can help in your job search.

Best of luck-
At 10:33am on July 20, 2007, SHUKRON said…
Your picture is total rock and roll.
At 10:14am on July 20, 2007, Kira Watkins-Koertje said…
Thank you for the invite!
At 10:05am on July 20, 2007, Martin Burns said…
Thanks for the add. Nice to "meet" you.

At 9:59am on July 20, 2007, Bob Brown said…
Thanks Egosatfa for the invitation !

At 9:50am on July 20, 2007, Mick Wist said…
Thanks for the invite!
At 8:47am on July 20, 2007, Glenn Gutmacher said…
Your "About Me" PDF is an interesting overview about your current employer! I think some old timer techies might freak out because anything called "binaries" is often associated with p*rnographic images and that's not what people want to download at their work computers, even though I realize that's not the kind of content yours is. I recommend you link "About Me" to another page that contains your resume text (minus your email so you don't get spammed) as well as a link to the PDF (preferably stored in a differently-named subdirectory).
At 5:15am on July 20, 2007, Paul Jacobs said…
Thanks for the invite. Gosh there is a similarity between me and your profile pic.

At 4:47am on July 20, 2007, Tilak said…
Thanks for invitation.



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