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Is it just me or does the CV section just seem to be more ho-hum kind of stuff? Given the emphasis on Smart and Gets Things Done, I would have hoped for something that would give some better indications of this. What is there or what could be added that would differentiate the CV from other job sites?

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Do the other sites have ponies? – Marc Gravell Oct 9 '09 at 15:24
Why, yes, they do: – tvanfosson Oct 9 '09 at 15:45
Good answer ;-p – Marc Gravell Oct 9 '09 at 15:49

I'd like to see a place where we can post code samples. Looking at a codes samples from prospective employees can be very valuable. Being able to do this early on in the process of identifying prospects can save a lot of time. Likewise, providing code samples can demonstrate your abilities in ways that your employment history and education can't.

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Supposedly your careers profile will link directly to your SO profile so employers can see the code samples you posted there. – Joel Coehoorn Oct 9 '09 at 14:29
I'd rather that I have a place to show the code I want to highlight. Code provided in an answer isn't always (often) production quality -- nor does it need to be IMO – tvanfosson Oct 9 '09 at 14:37
You could link to the open source projects you have worked on instead... If I was an employer I'd be more interested in code that is "out there in production use" than something cooked up to look good on a CV. – Darren Greaves Oct 27 '09 at 9:23

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