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Why this Artisan Mobile developer lies on his resume

“I do this because my resume serves me,” Chris Baglieri wrote. “I'm the audience.”

Chris Baglieri. (Photo via Twitter)

Lie on your resume. Then make it a reality.
That’s what Chris Baglieri, a developer at Old City’s Artisan Mobile, does. He calls it his best career advice. (Though he advises taking out the lies when someone requests a version.)
“Craft your resume to how you want it to look, and then figure out how you’re going to make that piece of fiction a piece of non-fiction in year’s time,” he wrote on his blog.
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