Limited Experience on Resumes

Subject: Limited Experience on Resumes
From: Mike Christie <mikec -at- LUNA -dot- SYNTEL -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 1994 11:12:35 -0800

How do you handle limited experience on a resume?

Case 1. I'm a died-in-the wool DOS-Windows-OS/2er, but about 4 years ago
I worked for a year doing a monthly newsletter for my church. This was
done on a Mac, and I got some solid Mac experience, but it was limited
and did not involve tech pubs.

Case 2. Part of my company's product is on a mainframe. I have a 3270
emulation window on my workstation. I can muck around TSO to find the
dataset I need, log on to a CICS region, use RECEIVE downlad a text
file to my workstation (if I concentrate), use Memo etc., but I'm
no MVS whiz.

How do I (or do I) list these things on my resume?

Mike Christie
Technical Writer
Syntelligence Systems, Inc.
mikec -at- syntel -dot- com

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