Oh, so you’re passionate about it?

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It’s intangible

It’s boring

  1. Say you know something. E.g. I know JavaScript
  2. Say you know something, and what you did with that thing. E.g. I know JavaScript and wrote a shopping cart
  3. Say you know something, what you did with it, and the impact it had. E.g. I increased sales by 5% rewriting a shopping cart in JavaScript

It’s overused

I build things. Run a food bank charity. Green energy fanboy, sometime investor, sometime coder.

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I build things. Run a food bank charity. Green energy fanboy, sometime investor, sometime coder.

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