Online Portfolio is a better ground to Expose
- Your various interesting code samples
- Platform/language exposure
- Cool little apps that you have done
- Along with some serious open source contributions.Ever wonder why some
- Your English language skills.Yes it reflects your work and is important.
Developers specifically have development blogs and online portfolio.
Having one Big project shows your commitment and contribution towards dedicated goal.Its all good. but why limit yourself.It wont hurt to show other things additionally.
But additionally having little works of other stuff you worked on varied platforms shows your exposure,interest to learn/work on new stuff.
You do the above in an online portfolio and provide a link to in your resume.Doing this will give the chance for potential employers to view the topics of their interest without bias.
If you mention all the little stuff in your resume It gives the impression you are trying to pad your resume.And Bring to notice things that might not be relevant to their needs and give the impression you might maybe lack interest to expertise in the area they need.
Its the Nature of viewing that makes all the difference.I.e You submitting something for their review or Them viewing your work out of their generated interest or piqued curiosity.