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Shove It, FizzBuzz: How to Find and Land a .NET Development Job

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Shove It, FizzBuzz: How to Find and Land a .NET Development Job
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Publisher: shoveitfizzbuzz.com
Number of pages: 236

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This book teaches you the five traits every successful developer should possess, gives tips on how to improve your overall marketability, teaches you how to write an effective resume, and prepares you for a technical interview. It will tell you the tidbits of information that developers usually don't discover until many years into their careers.

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