[Chugalug] Linked-in endorsements

32cstyle . cstyle31 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 24 20:19:52 UTC 2013

I have had some people do that for me too. I have to admit, I've done as
well. I did it mostly for people I knew but haven't worked with. However, I
know they are good at what they do. I have a connections with Mike from the
group. I have seen his coding and networking abilities at his place of
business. Do I know if he's the PHP guru? Yes and no. I know he's a puriest
and can code without an IDE. I haven't seen him make a full CMS, but just
looking at some of the things he's shown me I think he could. Plus, I don't
think he would be in business if he couldn't do the job.

So, I guess it's kinda a gray area for me. However, I do try to keep it
with people I know. Sometimes when the endorsement box pops up it's so
annoying I just click endorse to get it out of the way. Some people faces
come up at random so when you click endorse all you get the blessings to
all benefit.

On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 2:21 PM, Ed King <chevyiinova at bellsouth.net> wrote:

> someone that I've never worked with before but who knows that I'm a
> "computer guy" just endorsed me for:    IIS
> what's next?  will someone will endorse me for Visual Basic?   DOS 3.3?  9
> pin printers?
> ps: yes, I can do IIS and VB, but I don't advertise it.
> pss:  for the hell of it, I added a new skill, "Patience" just to see if
> anyone would endorse it, and yes, someone did.
> I guess my question is, what is the value of this endorsement system, if
> endorsements can be obtained so freely?
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