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Everything You Wanted to Know About Getting a Job in Silicon Valley But Didn’t Know Who to Ask

Lots of great tips here from Guy. The key one for me is admit your mistakes. It’s tough moving through an interview – if you don’t answer a question well, don’t hesitate to take another swing at it. Some others:

  • Get on Linked-In. So many of the folks I know are now recruiting through it.
  • Don’t use a goofy email address.
  • Be early for the interview. Guy makes this point well. Being late due to traffic means you didn’t plan or you aren’t that interested.
  • Show massive enthusiasm.

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  1. By Nathalie on August 6th, 2012 at 10:09 pm

    Yeah, that does sound a bit different. I didn’t rleiaze it had been out that long. I still wonder how many other artists will try something closer to what Derek did and offend their audience. Or maybe I’m the only one who thinks that way. What do you think? Will the increased availability of music downloads lead other artists to offer deals that may offend their paying audiences?

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