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    BookingsBlueBalls wrote: > And Shitov was a spy. :P Unfortunately this little piece exposes you. Shitov is especially vulnerable in this because he is Russian, so it's easy to attack him (you know all this spy scandals). In his case...
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  • psykat100 commented on Truth about Booking.com

    I also read that Dutch are not too fund of American expat employees because they get to pay less taxes. Can anyone provide their opinion if you're an expat?

    Thanks again.

  • cb61671 commented on Truth about Booking.com

    Can anyone comment on any positions NOT technical? I'm interested in relocating to Amsterdam and was considering Booking.com, which I'm now not too sure of. I'd most likely be interested in a management position.

  • kaluza commented on Truth about Booking.com

    Just play their games: if you want challenging goals, I would suggest you, when you are allowed to write new lines of code, to design something which can potentially explode in the most amazing and weird ways in very particular conditions or if they are copied/pasted. Side effects should be your new catchword.

  • nandakumarpbster commented on Truth about Booking.com

    Hi Friend.

    I read it today. This happens to me "MANY" times. This is because of the enthusiasm you possessing to learn more. It happened to me even for my last company(Currently I am working Self). What I learned is that , for the life you need money .For that you have to work (Most employers only bothered about the "BUSINESS" not bothered about employee or his interest).If you have enough money resign the job and do work for you (and learn what you want to learn. Now Google is there you can learn any new technology if you are willing to learn).
    Good Luck !

  • sheila.tanner35 commented on Truth about Booking.com

    I'm currently working on my CV, portfolio, and motivation letter so I can apply to Booking.com for the UX Designer position. I'm ok with the company having a bureaucratic environment; I survived nearly 13 years in the US military. If we could have fit in any more bureaucracy there, we would have made great honorary Volgons (H2G2 reference). Not to mention, the pay can't be any worse than my current pay for the same job. I always hear about how freelance work gives you more freedom, but in my experience working as part of a team is more conducive to an atmosphere of freedom. If hired,…

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