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I have some doubts like Whether CSS should be put under Languages or not? Although Wikipedia says
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language ...
But do they write CSS under the languages section of the resume, along with PHP, etc? Similarly what about HTML? I have some doubt and I don't want to sound like someone who is not aware of the trends.
Just to give an example, currently I have the following languages,frameworks, technologies, etc. listed under the "Technical Expertise" section of my resume -
Although my domain is Web-development/design, I welcome domain-agnostic answers which can provide some generic ideas/reasoning. I have seen, a lot of people messing up these sections (even more serious than my doubts :) ), putting things under wrong sub-headings and thus putting a big question mark on their understanding of those things.
I don't know much about XML, Comet Technology etc. Considering those are included too,
- What things should be put under Languages? E.g. Should CSS be put under Languages? Please give some reasoning to support your views.
Where should the others (XML, Comet, cURL etc. ) be put? I welcome some examples of how you put it. Or do you have an additional Keywords section where you write all the unsortables ?
Considering a set of standards like W3C standards, etc. do you have a standards sub-heading?
- I guess I have put the contents of other sections Okay. But do let me know about your ideas and reasoning.
After all, I understand there may not be a single answer to this, but let's see what is the trend.
Further, do you mention design patters you have used? Web Services etc.? Where do you mention SOAP, XML etc...