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“I tyically ask recruiters to point out which of these are pokemon” – via “my linkedin profile : ProgrammerHumor”

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/19

[Archive.is] Vincent D. Warmerdam (also known as koaning; D is for Damian) put Start-up or Pokémon? Big-data or Pokémon? into practice a while back:

my linkedin profile: “I tyically ask recruiters to point out which of these are pokemon”

Source: [WayBack] “my linkedin profile : ProgrammerHumor

He’s a very interesting person to follow:

I also discovered https://bl.ocks.org because of Vincent. More on that later.

–jeroen

Via: [WayBack] my linkedin profile – CodeProject – Google+

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