I removed my email from my blog post author section on my site last night. I think it’s only been emailed once or twice by recruiters but it seems like a slightly safer way to do things.
Though, the email is in the resume still too ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
@BrianMitchL better than @ryanmr; he's got his freaking address in his resume, and I use that as the final clue in the dognapping assignment for my class.
@ianrbuck @ryanmr My address is on mine too (as it should be). The real question is if that resume should be public or not.
@BrianMitchL @ryanmr I personally would say no. No sense doxxing yourself.
@ianrbuck@BrianMitchLI've wondered about that. I want real recruiters to have open access to it. Maybe it could be a reverse honey pot?
@ryanmr @BrianMitchL reverse...? Nope, I can't parse that.
@ianrbuckBasically, I ask the recruiter for their email and then it will send them the resume, but it will also add the email to a recruiter filter.@BrianMitchL
@ryanmr @BrianMitchL oh, so you're proposing this as a form on your website that the recruiter fills out.
@ryanmr @ianrbuck Would recruiters play along?
@BrianMitchLIt would be an experiment!@ianrbuck
Generalistic and moderated instance.