1973 DEC 10 (a souped up PDP 6 w/ count 'em 36 bit word length) running TOPS-10 hacking FORTRAN IV on punched Holorith cards. We frosh weren't allowed to use the LA-120 (paper fed terminals). Eventually we learned the amazements of TECO for editing purposes (sort of like sed). Trees were in great supply back then. Of course programs were much, much shorter. Later got to play around with a GT40 graphics terminal with manual boot loader. Naturally it's primary use was to play Mars Lander..
... that's Digital Equipment Corporation m'boy, the mommy of the VAX (and other stuff.) There was an extensive network (the dearly departed DECNET) wide repository of "knowledge" called "Notes". If I were to squint and stress my gray matter, I might be able to recall that Xerox/PARC had a similar unstructured knowledge base. Now you got me imagining tons of organizations that had these hordes of "useful information." No, that can't be. Sorry. Forget all this stuff.
The link to the article (that's custom-tailored) that talks about customizing your resume refers to a study conducted by TheLadders.com, a recruiting agency. There are no details there as to how the study was conducted and no way to determine whether or not the results are in any way significant. YMMV.
Guns don't kill projects, managers kill projects.
Walk into the nearest hospital emergency room and tell the nice lady at the front desk what you've just told us.
I thought there were more like 470,000 PHOs. Whew!
Plunk down an incubator bursting with embryos and see what happens...
1) Purchase lots of stuff 2) Leave your doors unlocked 3) Use only the stuff that people don't steal
That's odd, the guy who told me this said he was from a planet somewhere in the vicinity of Betelgeuse.