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The most important part — the part you definitely want to steal — is right at the top. The profile. This should describe who you are, what you do and why someone should hire you. It's the most important part of the whole resume. Make absolutely sure you steal this part.
Senior frontend developer
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I'm a software developer with 5+ years of experience building complex software at scale. I have a proven track record of delivering quality work on time and budget. I'm comfortable working in large, cross-disciplinary teams and have excellent communication skills.
I'm a committed, attentive, detail-oriented team player. I have x years of experience working remotely, and have worked as part of a team for y years."
I build accessible, responsive, custom UI using modern techniques. I currently work with React, Next.JS and Python (Flask). I am comfortable working across the entire stack, but do my best work at the front of the frontend — building responsive, accessible UIs with React.
I am looking for an opportunity to further my skills with React and Python on a more senior team. I would also like to have the opportunity to mentor developers early in their careers.
Senior Frontend Developer
- Built and maintained a large, complex React app used by thousands of people a day.
- Was responsible for leading the developement of several key features.
- Managed the work of 3 junior developers on the team.
- Built all of our products to AA accessibility compliance.
- Maintained a large, complex React app.
- Learned to build sites with React and Redux at large user scale.
- Learned how to build accessible interfaces with React.
Frontend Development Intern
- Learned React and contributed to a large React project.
- Built several features with Python in our app's api.
- Learning mobile-first, responsive design and accessibility.