A web developer's resume should clearly represent a candidate's technical skills. To achieve this, add the Technical Summary or Technical Expertise section to the resume. Further, break this section into sub-categories for a quick scan of your knowledge of programs and applications.
For example include the following that is applicable to you:
Highlight some of your soft skills in your career as an web developer (if any). Remember that your resume should be short enough, yet should be able to effectively showcase your achievements. Do not make it excessively lengthy.
Highlight your Achievements
Show in your resume how your performance as a web developer favored the company's good. Highlight your initiatives and performances that enhanced efficiency, faster work, monetary savings etc. Focus on your most impressive technical projects/achievements.Keywords
Be sure to include all buzzwords in your Skills section. This is important because many placement firms use automated software that scans your resume for particular skills or keywords that their clients specify.
For Example: Instead of 'Experience in web-development and the use of Structure Query Language with Databases', the more effective presentation will be 'Web-Development experience with HTML, ASP and JSP. Proficiency with SQL, MySQL, Oracle and SQL'.
Some other buzzwords include:
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