Thoughtless error of the day

This appeared upon me entering my rolled.at e-mail address in on a site, despite me also entering my UK address and UK post code, and UK phone numbers. Darn that Austrian domain name for uncovering my true foreign identity.…

Quick notes about sending job applications

About 90-95% of applicants to job applications I post up elsewhere find my blog somehow and compliment me on it in the opening paragraph of their e-mail. Given this I thought I’d throw some nugget-sized wisdom bombs in front of the eager young eyes of those applicants so they can better their application, or not…

A quick note on the CV

Out of the past 20-30 designers I’ve received CV’s from only one has been designed well enough for me to get a good impression of the designer, and it wasn’t created in Word. It was two pages and contained links to his recent work, some thumbnails and was fully branded. It didn’t contain: his education…

Why learning web development at college is good for you

I constantly hear people complaining that they aren’t getting what they want out of college, that they can do it alone and that they don’t want to be taught ‘behind the times’ ASP and that their college needs to be brought into the ‘current day teaching techniques’ – so here’s why I think all that…

Qualities of a great freelancer

The following are qualities that I consider core things I look for in freelancers I use when outsourcing work and getting things done. They are also the things that each and every freelancer working on jobs for Rolled At possess. Personality You may remember the guy who bored you to death on the phone, but…