Resumes are one of the most debated pieces of writing, having many misconceptions related to them. If you search online about trends you need to follow to build your resume, you will find various opinions from different professionals, which contradict each other. These opinions confuse you more than helping you. This is why we are breaking down the things that you should and shouldn’t do while building your resume. Tailor your resume according to the job.
We often look at our old resume and wonder what more could have been up there for that job we did not get, isn’t? But consider his, when you throw your resume between 1000s of other resumes, you will realize how difficult it really is to stand out and be chosen. While curating it, one needs to be extremely immaculate, precise, and careful, otherwise often the resume themselves tell the recruiter “I copy my code from Stack Overflow and deploy it.” We do believe that let the resume speak for itself, but shouldn’t the resume speak the very right thing.
Rather the resume must tell:
- That you know the languages & databases involved. You can “Learn, Relearn & Unlearn”.
- Your work experience is not just on paper, but you have grown through your work.
- “Cmd+C” from Stack Overflow is not your way of coding. Teamwork should be your game.
What sections to keep in while making a full stack developer’s resume:
- Resume header with title in it
- A section for your professional summary
- Work experience
- Achievements and Awards
For the header these are a few things you should keep in mind:
- Email and phone number
- GitHub, NPM or Stackoverflow links
- Link to your personal blog
A recruiter usually would try to get the following context from your experience section, so the following points must be kept in mind while curating your resume:
- What was the quality of the platform you developed?
- What aspects of the work you were truly passionate about? (front-end, back- end services, databases, etc)
- What did you learn and implement there?
What technical skills help you get that Full Stack Developer Job you have been wishing for:
- Middleware APIs
Board Infinity covers all this in the main curriculum and, rest everything is covered in the form of:
- Guest Lectures
- Live classes
- Doubt Support
- Hands on Assignment
- Placement Support & Resume guidance
What Will You Learn During the Full Stack Developer Course with us at Board Infinity.
- Learn to program in HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap
- Acquire skills to work on REACT and be a proficient front-end developer. Learn back-end technologies to build and manage databases.
- Learn all about back-end development and learn NodeJS, Express, REST, Middleware APIs.
Hence, learn the best from the best, with Board Infinity and get placed in a company of your choice.