Watch this video resume. Then visit his web page.
And here is a comment I sent to Matthew Epstein this morning.
Cool resume, but the correct use of “bad” is the adverbial form.
“I want to join your product marketing team, badly.”
If you are writing copy, you can take some liberties, but should punctuate it differently as such.
“I want to join your product marketing team. Bad.”
My English Major oath would not let me let this slide. Sorry if you are feeling those usual, “who the hell does he think he is” thoughts most people feel when we point out a typo. Really, it’s for your own good. Learn from this. You want the advantage over others who won’t care so much about the details of craftsmanship. As Joseph Conrad writes in The Secret Sharer, “exactitude in some small matters is the very soul of discipline.” Google is an exacting company and will only hire those who subscribe to this life philosophy. Embrace it. (and read the book; it’s only 50 pages.)
And how is it that you have not gotten the “Cease and desist” letter yet from the Google Legal Team for registering a domain with “Google” in it?
Anyhow, I hope Mr. Epstein gets a job with Google and I hope they never regret hiring him because all of his copy is clean, tight and well-crafted.