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Scott Adams on becoming a better writer

Scott Adams on becoming a better writer

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Dilbert

Scott Adam's "The Day You Became a Better Writer" is a great read and bonus, it's short. :o) 

"Business writing is about clarity and persuasion. The main technique is keeping things simple. Simple writing is persuasive. A good argument in five sentences will sway more people than a brilliant argument in a hundred sentences. Don’t fight it."

What can I say? The man speaks to me.

  • Hi Jim,

    In your opinion, does someone that is going to be working with MS CRM need have to have prior experience specifically in MS CRM?  I have a candidate that has extensive CRM experience, but it is building customized solutions with VB 6 and he has extensive .Net experience.

    I know you don't know the whole scenerio, but from first glance, would a senior developer more than likely fail as a .Net MS CRM Developer or have a good chance at success?

    Thanks for giving me your opinion!!

    Melissa Mansker

  • Based on what you've said this person sounds like an excellent candidate to become a MS CRM dev. The skills she/he already has are transferable but the most important aspect I looked at when hiring was, "Is this person passionate about CRM, or is it just a job to her/him." Good luck with this.

    JaAG

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