The Unconventional Boolean

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I have realized that I have been using some “unconventional” Boolean Strings in sourcing. This technique applies to LinkedIn or any database, but not to Google (where ORs are rarely helpful and long ORs are tricky).

Let me explain. It is straightforward to search by ORs of synonyms, for example,

Title = (Senior OR Sr. OR snr.) (software OR java) (developer OR engineer OR coder) (etc.).

On LinkedIn, we must do this because its semantic interpretation is flawed. But here is a twist.

Collect keywords intended for the title field and keywords, and, optionally, employers, and skills. Give the

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