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Posted 15 Aug 2006

CareerBytes: Writing a Technical Resume That Works

, , 15 Aug 2006
How to effectively target your audience and message through a traditional resume


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Zoë Goldring is an expert employment consultant for the software engineering industry and former recruiter for Microsoft. She is a passionate advocate for helping to break the code between technical jobseekers and employers. As a Partner with JobSyntax, she regularly advises individuals in the areas of employment and personal branding, resume development, and job search, interviewing and negotiation skills coaching. Zoë has a consuming interest in little known trivia and shares her home with her husband and two Moggies. Want to get in touch? She can be reached at

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Gretchen Ledgard is an experienced technical recruiter and co-founder of Microsoft’s JobsBlog which was named the best blog for jobseekers in 2005. Gretchen is passionate about helping software engineers succeed in today’s job market, and as a Partner with JobSyntax, she works with both technical jobseekers and employers to help them achieve their career and recruiting goals. Gretchen is a geek, loves hanging out with her Bernese Mountain Dogs, and follows celebrity gossip with much curiosity. If you know some juicy celebrity stories or just want to say hi, you can email her at

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