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Front-End Developer Resume Sample & Template (Word, PDF)

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Margie Kennedy | Front End Developer

Inventive Front End Developer with 3+ years of broad expertise in UI/UX & Design, JavaScript/ES6/ES2017 areas with willingness to learn and master Back-end Development and Web Servers Administration. Testing, DDD/TDD expert.

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  • Phone: (555)-320-9891
  • Email:
  • LinkedIn: margiek
  • Github: margiek


Front End:

  • ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Angular 2+
  • Babel, CSS3, ES6/ES2015
  • Ember.js, Flux, GraphQL
  • Grunt, Gulp, Pug/Jade
  • ReactJS, Redux, RequireJS
  •, Underscore.js, WebGL
  • WebRx, YAML

Back End:

  • .NET Framework 4.x, ASP.NET MVC, CLR, Composer
  • Express.js, GoLand, Java CDI, LAMP
  • Mulesoft, NHibernate, RubyGems, WPF


  • Azure Databricks, Cassandra, DAX
  • PL/SQL


  • Blanket, Cucumber, Enzyme
  • Protractor, Sinon, Unexpected


  • Codeship, Docker, Jenkins, Raygun


  • BRD, Bitbucket, Confluence, ER Diagrams
  • GoF Design Patterns, UML


Kohler LLC, Front End Developer, 01/2014 - 12/2016 | Maudetown, WA

  • Assessing project requirements using Agile & Scrum principles related to the high-volume online service that helped prioritize developing activities and reduce ad hoc work requests by 35%
  • Conducting requirements gathering and validation as a part of collaboration for the high-profile external web app that helped to address important UI/UX parts of the system's user interface before the active phase of development.
  • Documenting solution architecture for the high-profile progressive web application standardizing the way of development amongst different projects and mitigating code duplicity
  • Maintaining newly developed and legacy systems high-profile progressive web application utilizing ORD and ASP.NET
  • Performance tunning of the legacy data storages and search queries of the critical progressive web applicationusing DAX and ORD resulting in response time decrease by 79%

Walsh - Huel, Front End Developer, 03/2011 - 01/2014 | Jocelynport, OH

  • Capturing the best development practices in a way of common condign standards team of 7 developers resulting in improving code stability and shared components reusability.
  • Design and configuration of the fully automated CI/CD lifecycle for the business-critical internal web application resulting in 4x reduction of average deployment time.
  • Developing new and customization of the existing features for the business-critical single page application utilizing Grunt, NHibernate and Cassandra, resulting in consistent deployment of 7 major products updates.
  • Integrating with third-party services and external APIs as a part of implementation of the high-profile online service standardizing the way of user accounts management amongst different projects and mitigating code duplicity
  • Making the best use of the legacy data storages as a part of maintenance of the business-critical single page applicationusing Cassandra and NHibernate resulting in response time decrease by 72%
  • Profiling, Troubleshooting & Bugs fixes for the high-volume internal web application resulting in system performance and scalability improvements
  • Reviewing the quality of code for the high-volume internal web application resulting in code readability increase and performance improvements

Zulauf Inc, Front End Developer, 01/2009 - 05/2010 | Dallastown, MN

  • Full Stack development of the high-volume progressive web application using Mulesoft, Unexpected and Jenkins. As a result 7 bugs-free releases have been deployed just-in-time.
  • Making the best use of the legacy data storages as a part of maintenance of the high-volume internal web application resulting in response time decrease by 70%
  • Migration of the existing DEV/USR/PRD environments to the cloud for the high-profile internal web application resulting in reduce of servers and infrastructure administration by 94%.
  • Refactoring the legacy code base of the high-volume internal web application that significantly improved code maintainability and decreased deployment time by 51%

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  • 20k MAU


  • University of Tokyo, 2003 - 2010. Space Sciences - Astronomy, Observational Astronomy. Infrared Astronomy.


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  • Russian language: Fluent expertise
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Discussion (5)

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Livan Jimenez

As a soon to be new grad, I'm constantly wondering how to structure my resume. So my question is, how important is it to put your skills on the top? and Should I follow up with my "education" since my experience is limited and then projects?

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Cedric W

I would say as a new grad, your skills (i.e. HTML, CSS, Javascript, Frameworks, etc) would probably be the most important as you normally wouldn't have a lot of work experience or relevant work experience.

I would suggest this order since you are new:

  • Name + Contact Info
  • Brief Summary
  • Key Skills
  • Education
  • Any relevant Work Experience (part-time/internship)
  • References
  • (The closer to making your resume one page, the better!)

Try to modify your resume to be relevant for the job you are applying to. Sometimes your resume can get in HR hell because it doesn't have the right keywords they are looking for. You can make sure you don't get hung up in HR Hell or whatever automated system by paying attention to the keywords in the job post.

Lastly, you can use a cover letter along with your resume, but it's not necessary in most cases -- at least in my experience. Hopefully this helps.

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Livan Jimenez

"Try to modify your resume to be relevant for the job you are applying to."

I always have a hard time trying to understand this. Could you give me an example on how to modify my resume accordingly? Like what sections should I modify exactly? My skills area? Info on my side projects that match the same text like "RESTful API, MVC, etc"

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Cedric W

Simply mold the resume to what you are applying can pull keywords and phrases from the job post to match, make sure that all your key skills match or match enough to what they are asking for.

For example, if you are applying for a web developer job, but they want someone that has experience in Java, Adobe Experience Manager, Bootstrap/CSS, Javascript, and HTML, you want to make sure your professional summary highlight some of those keywords, as well as show in your work history and/or key skills that you know them. This can help you to stand out and not get caught in an automated system that eliminates resumes before they are even sent to a human.

From Indeed
(6 Tips For Crafting a Tech Resume That Will Get You Hired):

One way to ensure that you stand out is to customize your resume to the company. It seems tempting and convenient to send the exact same resume to every job you apply for, but it can really serve you to spend the extra time catering your resume to each individual job. This can simply mean listing skills that you’d use as a front-end developer and changing them if applying for a DevOps position.


Read the job listing! Are there specific skills that are listed in the description of the position? Be sure to include these in your resume. Hopefully, you are applying to a company that doesn’t use keyword scanning tools to pare down their resume volume, but assume that you are and be sure to include all of the key skills that you think they will be looking for, just in case.


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Sagar Patel • Edited

Resumes look great! First one should say Golang under the backend section (not Goland the IDE :))

Edit: Oops thought these were the posters resume.