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Résumés suck, but Silicon Valley's favorite website thinks it has the fix

"Résumés suck," says Stack Overflow VP of Community Product Jay Hanlon. "Nobody likes r ésumés." Stack Overflow, the definitive Q&A and community site for programmers, should know: One of its main businesses is hooking programmers up with the very many companies who want to hire them. But nobody really likes updating their r ésumé, and it gets even worse among software developers — whether you've been coding for 3 months, 3 years, or 3 decades, your title is often still "programmer.
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