This past year, I knew it was time to move on from my current position to another position in Microsoft. It was the right thing to do. As part of that, I wrote my resume from scratch for informationals across the Microsoft campus for people I didn't know who were open enough to have me drop by.
I decided to put a public version of it up: Eric Richards (EricRi) Resume.
What did I learn?
I always tell people on my team to keep their resume up-to-date, usually after their yearly review. You never know. Anyway, I'm going to take my own advice and do my best not only to keep the resume up to date, but also to craft it over and over to be more precise and more brief.
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