How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


To a) beef my skills up, and b) impress them with my virtuosity, I have decided that before the Friday session with the recruiter, I am going to build a pre-production CF site, leaving out annoying bits of labor like graphics, etc. Just show off my CF and CSS skills. (Mad crazy phat yo.)

I'm figuring, on Friday, I'll say, "Hey, I have a URL for you, showing off some of my cold fusion skills, if you're interested. I just slapped it together after we talked on Monday. It was no trouble at all really. Biggest part was configuring the MySQL database on my linux-box. No sweat though." 'Cause I'm all cool and shit. Fuck yeah.

My question is this: what type of site should I make? A blog site? A social networking site? Go right for the jugular, and put together a job recruiting site?

The first five replies get the best shot of me using their idea, and a bright shiny toaster.

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