Re: My adventures with the NM process, part 2:
On Tue, Aug 10, 2004 at 11:06:46AM +0100, Helen Faulkner wrote:
> Actually, the list of my relevant skills and experience really isn't very
> long at all, but I'm not going to worry about that, since my sponsor
> evidently thinks it is sufficient. OK, I'll admit to a couple of anxious
I think that the advocate is more of a temperament thing than a skills
thing. Most of us didn't have every skill under the sun at the beginning,
you pick it up as you go along.
> "forgot" to say I can also program in fortran ;) Probably that's not
It's best that way. Some things should never be brought up in polite
> So here I wait, for a month or two, as I understand it, until I get an
> Application Manager assigned to me. Then it will get more interesting.
I don't think it took that long to get an AM. The FD hasn't processed
anything in a while -- there's 9 free AM slots at the moment, so as soon as
tbm gets back from whatever he's up to at the moment.
> In the meantime I am continuing my quest to learn the stuff I need to know
> to do this thing...
Have you seen the AM templates at
? You have a better than even chance of being asked those questions...