Subject: career-enhancing aspects of free software
From: jim@options.uujobs.com (Jim Johnson)
Date: Thu, 11 May 95 17:08:50 EDT

	[ I'm forwarding this to fsb@asylum.sf.ca.us. 
          Please help him out if you can.  thanx -len
	]

Hello -

I write career advice columns for a couple of Unix publications, & I'm
doing a column on how [knowledge of|use of|volunteering to help write]
free software can be an aid to the careers of both fledgling and
experienced Unix people.

Any ideas? I'll be contacing whoever I find in /pub/gnu/gnuinfo/service,
but I wanted to ask you too......interviews, "how my experience with GNU
helped me get a [better] job," that kind of thing......

Thanks for anything you can suggest....

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