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Old 06-05-2009, 12:27 AM   #4
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While I'm not a professional I think a separate Skills section before your work experience that states the tools, software, scripts/languages etc you have experience using will make it much easier for employers to see your skills straight away instead of having them nested in your Experience section.

I would also advise you change your Objective line into a summary statement e.g. a game programmer with 2 years experience in the industry and 2 published titles. Highly experienced in gameplay and GUI programming (or whatever).

As Yaustar stated the words ‘Game Programmer’ after your personal details sort of suggests you are looking for a game programming job so remove the objective line or those words.

I would also include a small section for references at the end, even if you only state ‘Available on request’ this is better than nothing.

Oh and you've spelt Languages as 'Langauges'
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