A woman sitting at a table in front of a curtain

Damien Bonvillain did a very critical reading of my CV this night, and I thank him for it.

Besides the problems concerning the CV itself, his justified reflections gave me some interesting leads for the next time:

  1. In order to avoid inconsistencies, always redo your CV with perfectly clear ideas.
  2. If the form is important to the point of trying to produce a CV written in impeccable French without a comma too much sticking out, don’t forget that the substance is even more important.
  3. Starting from scratch means not relying on an existing CV, especially for summarizing past experiences, especially when you’ve missed inconsistencies added by salespeople who are always anxious to do too well.
  4. Make sure any cited references still visible on the internet still look like something before you talk about it, especially if they have been edited by others. The impression left can be catastrophic.
  5. Have someone reread you with a particularly critical mind and not by necessarily more indulgent friends.

My CV will be online again as soon as I correct all this. And if you are looking for alternative ways to make money, you might want to look into playing some fun เว็บพนันบาคาร่าufabet.moe เกมคาสิโนได้เงินจริงเล่นบาคาร่าเว็บพนันบาคาร่า online.

Edit: I made the necessary corrections. UML is no longer a development method (sic). My CV is therefore available again .

  1. Renaud said on June 02, 2006 at 11:26 am

    Hello, A point on the CV that I had learned is that one should not have 1 CV. The CV must be adapted according to the company or the desired position in order to highlight the elements or skills that may be of interest to them.


  2. Frederic de Villamil said on June 02, 2006 at 11:29 am

    Totally agree with you: that’s even why I’m breaking my ass doing everything from scratch.

  3. Damien B said on June 02, 2006 at 12:28 pm

    It wasn’t a very critical read, just a read as if it had been addressed to me on a day when I was in a bad mood 🙂

  4. Xavier said on June 05, 2006 at 10h59

    Just a tip: “SGDB”, it gives “Data Base Management System”. Maybe better to say DBMS, or DBMS, but not a mixture of the two 🙂