The one thing to keep in mind about resumes is that audience is important. If a recruiter is looking at your resume, will a quick scan of it make the right things pop out? The idea of your resume style matching your skillset is wonderful, but it still needs to work for you in the right scenarios!

 

I focused it on my serious projects and tried to keep the school/work-related info as clear as possible, so from my point of view, this is achieved.

 

I think the brevity and clarity of the writing is positive. My "pop" advice was more on design. I understand simplicity but a block of text doesn't draw the eye and engage someone. Recruiters see so many resumes it's good to have the layout and design do some of the work for them. But it's ultimately up to you how you want to present your resume.

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