How to write a killer Software Engineering résumé - Deepstash

A typical process when applying for a job/internship is to apply to a couple of companies, get rejections or no replies, and repeat the process over and over again.

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How to write a killer Software Engineering résumé

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A résumé has to pass numerous stages before it gets in front of a hiring manager: It has to bypass online keyword filters, stand out to a recruiter, and me...

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“As to methods there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods. The man who tries methods, ignoring principle...

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Who Are You (1)

Put your name at the top of your résumé in a large legible font. Keep it plain and simple. You want the recruiter to see this easily from a mile away. 

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Your contact information should be very easy to find, like your name.

Ensure you put the correct contact information or you will be uncontactable.

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  • In the first section, put down where you got educated. This information not only serves as an indicator of your successes but informs the recruiter that you are invested in le...

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Employment (4)

The primary objective is to show the value and impact you had in your previous employment.

  • Focus on including relevant work experience for the position you're applying f...

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This section is important for those that do not have work experience.

A personal project can be anything programming related, whether a python script, Java program, web page, mobile applicati...

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List all the relevant skills you want the recruiter to know you have. The more skills you list that match key technical words in the qualification section of the job description, the better your ch...

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