If you're programmer, coder, engineer or developer, you know that organising your resume isn't always easy. Stack Overflow is introducing a new tool called Developer Stories that it hopes will help make your resume a little easier on the eyes. Developer Stories sets itself apart from a traditional resume by providing two basic views: A normal resume and a timeline. The timeline view puts more of an emphasis on achievements, skills, languages learned and projects you've contributed to. Of course, this is Stack Overflow, so you can also highlight any questions you've answered on the site. It's all multimedia friendly too, so videos embed right in the resume and images look good too. You can see a sample over on the Stack Overflow blog. All told, it should be a little easier to present what you've done, what you've made and why that matters to begin with. You can check out the Developer Story over on Stack Overflow right now.
Stack Overflow's Developer Stories Are Resumes Built For Developers
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