Frontend Developer at idealista.com
August 2013 - current
This is where I am now, so I better say it's great! And it is. No, really. I'm totally not saying it is great because I said I would but because it is. Right. Anyway, this is such a cool place. I do cool stuff all the time. Like the other day, when I did some sweet things with... quick, something that sounds cool... uhmmm... Grunt! Oh, yeah. Super-cool. Wait, wait! I got one even cooler: ClojureScript! Ha! Clojure on my resume sure makes it stand out, doesn't it? ah, let me just get this out of the way with some of those bolded keywords: JIRA, Agile, Scrum... Not meaning I like those, though. It's just there to grab your attention.
Sr Frontend Mindundi a.k.a. Programmer, at ATSistemas
April 2011 - July 2013
Super Cool Title... I mean Programmer, at Buongiorno
January 2010 - March 2011
So, I do a lot of stuff. I'll bold some more words: mentoring (which sounds really groovy) and training. In fact I do train people. And I also gather requirements and meet with clients and so on. But really, I'm a programmer, that's what I really do: software. I also fix a lot of other people's problems with software, but it comes down to the same: programming. Reading their code, finding the problem, fixing it. Sometimes they feel the need to call me architect because... I don't know why. I guess it's just that they think it sounds more grand or something.
Programmer, at Siemens Health Services
Blabla 2008 - Blabla Year
Programmer, at Indra
October 2014 - December 2002
Not Only Programmer, at SDRC
October 2004 - December 2006
Having an entry which is not only about programming allows me to skillfully place some extra keywords. I can insert stuff like Client Support or Reseach and Development, while avoiding to mention anything like sales or management. Oh, but I can and should mention Technical Leader of a group of 4 people because that always impresses.