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On Careers 2.0, the Technologies field for an education has the hint

A list of up to 10 core technologies you studied.

Problem is, the field is limited to 100 characters. Sadly, it's hard to fit 10 tags into that when one has tags like , and as being quite relevant to one's studies.

It'd be super if the field size got upped a bit, so one can have 10 tags, even when using large tags like those.

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Is [discrete-mathematics] really a technology? I think they're looking more for things like [Javascript], [Ruby-on-rails] and [C++]. – Robert Harvey Jan 25 '12 at 16:22
@RobertHarvey That wouldn't really apply to the computer science I study. It's quite theoretical and focused more on general concepts that specific implementations of them. I could tag it with sml, but SML itself wasn't the focus of the course we had on that, the functional-programming paradigm was. – Sebastian Paaske Tørholm Jan 25 '12 at 16:26
I wish the "technologies" field were more broad really. For those of us that aren't pure programmers (I'm UX) technologies is pretty limitng... – Ben Brocka Jan 26 '12 at 16:54
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I’ve expanded the size of that field, would you try again?

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The new size is fine for my needs, thanks! – Sebastian Paaske Tørholm Jan 27 '12 at 11:08

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