Computer resume is the most challenging task because in the modern techno world almost everyone knows how to use a computer. With this how will an employer be able to judge the best candidate with the extraordinary skills?When it comes to selecting a candidate for any position related to computer it becomes actually difficult for employers to do the selection. But then the right knowledge and the right skill is something that employer picks up in a resume.When writing a computer resume you have to consider the extraordinary skill that you possess in the context. You have to be smart enough to decide what will make you stand out in the huge crowd of applicants where everyone knows the basics of computer. One most important thing that an employer looks for is the understanding and knowledge of software. You don’t need to mention all the software you know but the ones that are important and the ones that you feel that only a few know.Software like Java, Microsoft, Avatar, HomeBank, Tally, Coral Draw, Photoshop, Nortan Anti-Virus, Open Office, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Picasa are the ones that can easily grab employer’s attention. You also need to mention which version of the software you are well-versed with. In this competitive market you should be well-versed with the latest version of the software required for your job profile. This section of software skills can be put in bullets so that it is easily scannable and easily readable.Try and use maximum number of keywords that are related to your applied job profile. These keywords become the center point of your resume and holds power to gain easy attention. These can also be highlighted, specifically in bullet points. Keywords actually play a significant role in all types of resume. Here you can list down the computer and programming languages you know.Thereafter put your educational qualification and also any specialization done related to computer technology and applications. Once you are done with your resume it is of utmost important to proofread it.To know more, check Computer Resumes.
Get to work or lose all. Only a few eight track stereos loom about auctions and garage sales any more. Close behind them follow cassettes, cassette players and VHS video.Our technology is leaving many of us behind. Will it rob us? Just as we got used to the CD and manically burnt all our favourite music and photos on dozens of these handy, shiny, compact little gizmos the DVD took over.Just as the tape cassette overlapped with the CD the DVD overlapped the CD. For now most computers have DVD’s and all movies and music come on DVD. They hold ten times as much information as a CD but alas not all computers come with DVD burners.Laptops and desktops went from the floppy drive to the DC Rom – to the DVD and now many manufacturers are pumping out computers without a DVD or CD rom drive. Many computer programs, television programs, music and other media are downloaded now from the internet.The ‘flash drive’, the ‘stick’ and the iPod revolutionized our computer experience. Now we can hold thousands of photos, huge amounts of music, video and documents all on a tiny USB stick the size of a lipstick. No more time consuming, complicated burning – just drag and drop or configure an automatic search of media.So where does that leave that huge box of CD’s and DVD’s on your shelves? Years of your family photos, document records, baby videos and hours and hours of making music mixes are are all stored on CD’s and DVD’s. They are getting dusty, scratched, broken and obsolete.If you do not print your pictures (yes – on paper) and save your music on an external drive (physically larger than the USB flash drive – get a terabyte, which will also become obsolete) you may loose years of memories. CD’s and DVD players will be eight track stereos in the near future and besides, they actually will deteriorate. It is a myth that they will last forever. Do not test this theory and loose all your pictures, photos and music.Something will come after the flash drive but it may be some time, hopefully. Of course devices becoming obsolete is only one way of losing your pictures and music. The most common way of losing photos, videos and music is by simply by not protecting your computer and by never ‘cleaning’ it. Not cleaning dust bunnies but by cleaning out viruses, ad aware, trojans, cookies etc. BACK UP – BACK UP – BACK UP.The computer in our homes are stealing memories. So many people never print out their pictures, or emails. Pictures and letters to one another used to be something special, keep sakes and indeed our history. History has relied on our letters and pictures to record much of who we are. But as our computer fries and ends up in the garbage heap so does a large part of who we are – never to be recaptured.Will obsoletion be left to procrastination and you loose your family photos and indeed your history? Governments are storing our records and documents with modern technology but will they keep up or will they be bulldozed over by the the techno train?Print your pictures and emails and email addresses You can take your CD, DVD or flash drive to Staples or Walmart and they may be able to give you good photo quality pics. Move music files and video to an external drive. Clean your computer and backup everything you have to an EXTERNAL drive. Don’t let technology stab you in the back or rob you! help yourself and your family and friends. Pass the word around.Views from Moose Creek Center
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