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This is a narrated PowerPoint presentation that recreates my SHARE session on writing a mainframe systems programmer's resume. I made this because many of the slides do not make sense without the accompanying audio explanation. I highly recommend spending the 40 minutes and 23 seconds it takes to watch this video -- you will get a lot more out of the session than just viewing the slides.
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These are the PowerPoint slides from the SHARE presentation.
Phoenix SHARE Presentation: Writing
the Definitive Systems Programming
Resume, March 13, 2019
This is a link to the SHARE website description of my latest iteration of this presentation (it will be the 12th time I have given it at SHARE).
This is the original article I wrote for my newsletter in 2007 that this presentation is based on. It is a quick read. Recommended if you do not have the time or bandwidth for the webinar.
These are links to six sample resumes that accompanied my 2007 resume article.
Please connect with me on LinkedIn. If you feel this has helped you in your resume writing process, please click on "Recommend this person" and recommend my webinar/slides/samples.
|If there is any way you think I might improve my presentation, constructive criticism is always welcome. I can be reached at 323-822-1569 or Joe@SPCI.net.|