A REJECTION LETTER|
From bfrank@.com Mon Aug 14 10:48:11 2000
Date: Mon, 14 Aug 2000 11:27:46 -0400
From: Bob Frank .com>
To: Anonymous spudWorks reader
Subject: Re: Developer Position
I think in many ways your development skills are actually more than we
need! I think, from the way you described your own interests, you would
be bored here quickly. I think platform decisions and other type of
decisions that you are well suited to make may not fall into the
responsibilities of the position we are trying to fill.
So overall, I think my concern was that both technically and
professionally you would be frustrated here quickly.
Hope this helps,
Anonymous spudWorks reader wrote:
> Thank you for the note. I appreciate you telling me.
> Out of sheer curiosity, I am curious what was not a match for what you
> were looking for. If anything, knowing this could help me in future job
> - Anonymous spudWorks reader
> On Mon, 14 Aug 2000, Bob Frank wrote:
> > Anonymous spudWorks reader,
> > I'm sorry we didn't get back to you sooner, there was some confusion as Gary
> > was out of the office last week.
> > I wanted to let you know we won't be able to offer you the developer
> > position at . I do appreciate your coming in numerous times
> > to meet with us, I'm sorry it didn't work out. You have a number of the
> > skills we are looking for but unfortunately it isn't quite the match we
> > need.
> > Thanks again for coming in to meet with me after having already met a number
> > of folks. I wish you the best of luck in your job search and am confident
> > you'll have little trouble landing a position soon.
> > -bob
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