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Technical Resume

 
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Hi all
I am currently looking to redo my resume. I was wondering if anybody knew of any good sites that talk about how to write a good technical resume.
Thanks
Trevor
 
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i hope this will help you ....... i don;t know whether you've already checked this or not ,but if you haven't , then this is worth a resume builder site.
www.resume.com
[This message has been edited by raghav mathur (edited August 02, 2001).]
 
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Trevor:
Take a look at the resume I wrote - use it as a basis for yours.
http://members.aol.com/jpcoxey
John Coxey
(jpcoxey@aol.com)

 
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Take a look through this
http://careers.devshed.com/candidates/careerguide_resume/
 
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I have been consulting for 15+ yrs... I developed this resume format during the Gulf War.
A time when job's were also hard to come by. Here is a sample of my 1st page...
<code>
Charles F. Ireland
126 Great Plain Ave
Wellesley, Ma 02482
781-237-3080
mireland1@mediaone.net
HARDWARE: IBM ES9000, IBM 30XX, IBM SP2, SGI, SUN ULTRA, Power PC, PC
SOFTWARE: IBM MVS/ESA, IBM MVS/XA, IBM AIX, SGI IRIX, SUN ULTRA/SUNOS
TSO/ISPF/PDF, KORN SHELL, C SHELL, BASH SHELL, WIN 95/98/NT,
DB2, ORACLE, CLOUDSCAPE, IMS/DB, IDMS/DB, TERADATA,
SPUFI, QMF, QMF FOR WINDOWS, SQL/PLUS, DBACCESS, ODBC, JDBC,
BDAM, QSAM, ISAM, VSAM, OS/JCL, IDCAMS, SYNCSORT, XPEDITER,
CAPEX, FILE-AID, ABEND-AID, PLATINUM, INTERTEST, ENDEVOR,
PANVALET, LIBRARIAN, PVCS, TEAMC, RCS, FTP, TELNET, XCOM,
ACCESS, WORD, EXCEL, MAIL, OUTLOOK, NOTES, INTERNET EXPLORER,
NETSCAPE NAVIGATOR, J2EE, TOMCAT, RMIJDBC
LANGUAGES: C, JAVA, HTML, PERL, KORN SHELL SCRIPTING,
ASSEMBLER, COBOL, COBOL II, COBOL 370, MICROFOCUS COBOL
BUSINESS: Banking, Financial, Insurance, Manufacturing
CERTIFICATE: Sun Certified Java 2 Programmer
EXPERIENCE:
05/00 � PresentAMCE Company, Boston, MA - Consultant
Responsible for the new development of enhancements to a Computer
Assisted Ordering system. By creating software for windows (NT)
and unix (AIX) environments at the same time. Windows related software development utilized Oracle, JAVA, JDBC and ODBC. While, Unix software development involved Oracle, PRO*C, C, JAVA, JDBC, MICROFOCUS COBOL, and
KORN SHELL SCRIPTING. Software development and maintenance tasks required
using the tools below.
Tools:IBM AIX UNIX, KORN SHELL, ORACLE, CLOUDSCAPE, SQL/PLUS, SQL,
VI, FTP, TELNET, TEAMC, WINDOWS 95/98/NT, NOTES,
ACCESS, WORD, EXCEL, EXPLORER, NETSCAPE, PRO*C, C, COBOL
HTML, JAVA, JDBC, J2EE, TOMCAT, RMIJDBC
12/99 � 05/00Amce Services, Boston, MA - Consultant
Create development tools and new database application software with JAVA 2
PERL, and COBOL. By creating software for mainframe (MVS), unix (AIX), and
window (NT) environments at the same time. Other duties included the
Database Administration of 12 DB2 databases while optimizing SQL and
DB2 Utilies for various application development teams.
Software development and maintenance tasks required using the tools below.
Tools:IBM 3090, MVS/XA, TSO/ISPF/PDF, UNIX, TCP/IP, FTP, DB2, SPUFI,
QMF, QMF FOR WINDOWS, PLATINUM, INSIGHT, VARIOUS DB2 UTILITIES
SQL, ENDEVOR, ABEND-AID, FILE-AID, VSAM, OS/JCL, IDCAMS,
WINDOWS 95/98/NT, ACCESS, WORD, EXCEL, OUTLOOK, EXPLORER,
COBOL, COBOL II COBOL 370, HTML, PERL, JAVA, JDBC, ODBC
</code>

[This message has been edited by Monty Ireland (edited August 07, 2001).]
 
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