Posted Dec 8, 2011 12:07 UTC (Thu) by dskoll
In reply to: Press releases
Parent article: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 released
Your grade in physics, should reflect your demonstrated skill in physics. Language is a nessecary [sic] component of that, because it's what you use to demonstrate skill. But other than that, it should not matter.
I could not disagree more strongly. In just about every job I've worked at, communication skills were vital. Even in technical fields like computer programming, being able to communicate with other people is supremely important. And if you interact with customers, poor spelling and poor grammar reflect very badly on your employer.
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