Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Ingineer? Really? (was: Smarter: Google or LinkedIn? Principle Engineer: Auugggh! Fix It! No such title! , etc...)

Oh no...  Really?  I saw someone list himself as an "Ingineer"

4,628 results
(4,628 people *can* be wrong)
Aughhhhhhh...   See comment below about "Priniciple Engineer", which is also not a real title you should use in your resume...

On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 3:53 PM, Connie L. O'Dell <> wrote:
Further proof that Google/Gmail is smarter than LinkedIn:
Did you mean: principal engineer no such title
Looking for Principle Engineer candidates? Post your Principle Engineer job on LinkedIn.

Also, it's now up to 9100+ current or former "Principle Engineer"s in my LinkedIn!   Double Auuggh!
[Last post]
[Now it's 8,500 !  Aughhhh!!!!]
What it says to me when I see "Principle Engineer" on a resume:
"Not only am I an engineer that cannot spell, I also cannot spell even when it truly matters"   :-)

6,300 People in my LInkedIn network *can* be wrong... (you might see fewer):


1. A fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning.
2. A rule or belief governing one's personal behavior.

Another Public Service Announcement from 
Connie L. O'Dell
Principal Engineer and Spelling ****
CO Consulting - Boulder, CO -

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