Long-term employment in a success-driven company with strong team-spirit collective at position of Web developer/Java developer
Experience & skills
• Front-end development and support experience since 2006 (May)
• Back-end development and support experience since 2008 (March)
• Good knowledge in back-end development technologies (Java, JDBC, PL/pgSQL, PostgreSQL)
• Eagle eye on creating user-friendly Interface Never-ending improvements and automation vision
• Good team work and team building skills (meetings, planning, control, communication)
• Java, Servlets, JDBC
• PostgreSQL, PL/pgSQL
• Eclipse, Dreamweaver, EMS, Araxis
• Ant, SVN, Starteam, JIRA, Wiki,MS Project
• Apache, Tomcat
• Borland Delphi 7, Borland C++ 3, Visual FoxPro 8
• CAD & Graphics (AutoCad, Compass- Graphic, Photoshop)
• Platforms (MS-DOS, Windows, Unix)
Colorado technical university
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Systems, 2005
English, French (written – strong, speaking – good)
1. When you look through the resume it seems that a person has no professional experience apart from minor bugs fixing. He deserves a position of a junior support engineer, so if something better is desired, changes are required.
2. There is no distinct explanation what a person wants to deal with: web or java development. Such an uncertainty makes a negative impression unless you make it clear in the objective. For example, you can state about the desire to utilize your extensive technical skills.
3. There are some skills that sound differently but mean the same. That is why to emphasize your supporting role, the sentences require rephrasing.
4. The use of words “strong” and “good” in combination with the word “knowledge” seems that the first one are superior than the second one. Was that your intention?
5. “Eagle eye…” sounds literary and not clear, so it would be nice to substitute it.
6. Unfortunately, the sense of the sentence can be hardly understood.
Jan 2009 – till current Java developer
Front- and back-end support (new functionality, DB and Java side changes, bug fixes, documentation), estimations.
March 2008 – Jan 2009 (8 months) Java developer
Front- and back-end support (new functionality, DB and Java side changes, bug fixes, documentation), participating in development of corporate CMS, estimations.
March 2007 – March 2008 (1 year) Team leader
Creating inner organization of support team, capacity planning, workflow control, meetings, estimations, creating and implementing improvements in all fields of work which stands for automation, quality, performance, team work and joy.
Applied technologies: MS Project, JIRA, Wiki, pen, paper, whiteboard
May 2006 – March 2007 (10 months) Web developer
Web sites development (slicing and coding), support (change requests, bug fixes, documentation)
July 2004 – May 2006 (1 year, 10 months) Unemployed – finishing study
7. There is a great mixture of your responsibilities, and most of them are performed by every developer. That means you should focus on your accomplishments and contributions to look significant and professional. Now it is nothing more than a resume of a bug-fixer.
8. Short descriptions and links to the company websites would be a plus.
9. If you performed projects working for one company, all of them should be listed in one section. It is also advisable to give only a single title not to look downgraded.
10.Never use the word “unemployed” in your resume.