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When describing a summary of your web developer career in your resume or CV (you know the difference, do you?) remember about
KISS principle and use that simple yet powerful template:
[Your professional identity]with
[how many years in profession]of
[Areas of expertise]with willingness/eagerness to learn/master/practice
[Areas of interests].
[Strongest area of expertise]specialist/practitioner/expert/adept.
Don't panic if it doesn't make any sense and look at these examples:
Skilled Sr. Android Developer with 7+ years of broad experience in Mobile Development, Core Java & Kotlin areas with willingness to learn and master Front-end Development and DevOps. App Store SEO specialist.
Creative Node.js Developer with 12+ years of wide knowledge of Operating Systems & Terminal, Machine Learning areas with willingness to learn and master Scrum & Agile and RDBMS & SQL. Blockchain practitioner.
Inspired .NET Full Stack Developer with 13+ years of extensive knowledge in Back-end Development, DevOps & CI/CD areas with willingness to learn and master NoSQL and Testing, DDD/TDD. DevOps & CI/CD adept.
Wonder why to use this resume summary? In short, that summary will answer 80% of questions about you as a potential employee in first 3 seconds and attract immediate reader's attention by staying succinct and respectful to others people time right from the start of your professional relationships.
Read the full article why this is important on my blog www.fullstackresume.com.
To make it easier for you to compile your own web developer resume summary I did collect the following lists of useful placeholders.
Use that professional qualities for your
- goal oriented
- open Minded
Use that list of
areas of expertise, check what areas are important for recruiters from job description:
- Front-end Development
- Back-end Development
- UI/UX & Design
- Progressive Web Apps
- Single Page Apps
- Web Components
- Infrastructure as a Service
- DevOps & CI/CD
- Multithreading Development
- Microservices & Containerisation
- Testing, DDD/TDD
- Software Architecture
- RESTful & APIs
- GOF Design Patterns & OOP
- Machine Learning
- Scrum & Agile
- Web Servers Administration
- Operating Systems & Terminal
- RDBMS & SQL
- Graph Databases
- Knowledge Management
Use that handy synonyms for
broad experience term as well:
- strong experience
- extensive knowledge
- wide knowledge
- broad expertise
- extensive expertise
- hands-on experience
- first-hand expertise
- comprehensive experience
- professional experience'
- practical experience
Don't forget if you want to improve your developer resume/cv and get hired 2x faster check the full article on my blog www.fullstackresume.com.