After completing the Automated Coding Challenge, developers are prompted to build their Turing Resume. As you start editing your profile, you will see that your Turing Resume contents have already been organized and arranged professionally. However, we will still require some additional context and information from your end. To further polish and finalize your Turing Resume, just follow these simple steps.
Building your Turing Resume
Step 1: Find the Resume Builder either on the landing page or on the ‘Get Matched’ section.
Step 2: Get started by updating your ‘Personal information’ and ‘Work history’ sections.
Start with a professional summary
Keep the summary short and precise. We recommend finalizing it within 3-5 sentences. For the ‘Personal information’ section, be sure to include:
- Your specialization
- Years of experience
- Best skills and stack
- Favorite products and industries
- A nice profile picture
While mentioning your ‘Work experience’, be sure to include:
- Your current role
- Hiring company or freelance experience
- Years of experience
- Employment type
Step 3: Post your best projects
Share a brief about the projects that you have worked on in your career.While describing your projects, keep it simple and objective so clients get to know you better.
Highlight the 3 best hands-on projects you have developed that:
- Focus on your latest work, what you actually did, your role in the project.
- Use the skills for which you have taken the Stack/MCQ test!
- Allows you to mention and tag at least 3 techs and skills that you used on these (or other) projects.
If you have passed the test for a specific skill, you will be required to tag that skill in at least one project. Hiring managers will be able to identify where you have used the skills that they are hiring for.
Describing the project
Example: “ Built the architecture for the fin-tech project, considering the requirements of our clients, the end-users, and integrating the input from the design team”
At any stage of your resume, you can consult how to continue using the support features and help bars which contain hints and examples!
Mention your skills!
Make sure you add the Technologies and Tools corresponding to your previous employment, projects, and current expectations, this will help the Intelligent Cloud match you with the best possible jobs.
Example: “ Implemented high-quality code working on the back-end of the system using Python, and using PostgreSQL as the database."
Step 4: Don’t forget to click that beautiful big button!
Double check to make sure that you’ve filled all the sections. After making the changes, click the most important button in the world!
While your information gets updated on our system, feel free to check out our developer-centric community, where you can upskill, prepare for your interviews and so much more.