Better engineering resumes lead to higher pay and better offers

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If you’re a really great coder, do you need a resume at all? Relying on your reputation, your circle of friends, and your prodigious output seems like it’s enough. And at Leet Resumes, where we write experienced engineers’ resumes for free, it’s a freque... Read More

What Google recruiters look for in a technical resume

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What Google recruiters look for in a technical resume
Google technical recruiter Jeremy Ong and colleague Lizi Lopez created a video providing Google’s advice for resumes, both technical and non-technical. At Leet Resumes, we write experienced engineers’ re... Read More

Software engineering resumes need numbers… here's how to do it

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Numbers on your technical resume make a more powerful argument for why someone should pick you for an interview. By providing a quantification of your success in your past roles, you indicate that you are capable of measurably improving a team.  You also show that you value the specificity of con... Read More

Your Software Engineering Resume - what to avoid

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At Leet Resumes, we write free technical resumes for experienced software engineers. With experience writing thousands of resumes, I’ll jump right in with the tl;dr and then tell you why:AVOID:ColorsGraphic... Read More

What a great technical resume can do for you

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The purpose of your technical resume is to generate interview requests. A successful resume attracts more interest, from more of the companies you want to interview with, for more of the jobs you would be happy to take.You might think of a resume as your personal summary document, c... Read More