I’ve started to read the book and must say that’s a really interesting one. It clarify a lot of things.
But so far I was wondering about web resume.
Do you think it would be worth to create a generic online resume that would aggregate all the information I can put in, but then filter that information out in order to present specific details.
The target is to avoid duplication and work related to synchronization. (In the spirit of a lazy developer who wants to avoid code duplication :) )
So that I would end up with something like this:
- Generic - all in all + export to HTML, Word.
- Filtered out for Ruby language (+export).
- Filtered out for C# experience (+export).
- Filtered out for TL position (+export).
The point is that I would have one content, based on which different parts can be hidden or shown.
This would give me opportunity to edit details once and then export (and also send a link to Word format if needed) resume for a specific job type.
Additionally, if it would be a relatively good idea, would I have to publish all of those resumes or only the one that is most appropriate at the given time?