When you write a resume, it is important to keep it well organized. Keeping your resume well organized will increase the interest your resume generates. Following is an example of a well organized skills section of a resume I reviewed recently. This particular candidate is a System Administrator.
Hardware: Sun Enterprise, Blade, StarFire, SunFire series, Dell Power- Edge server 380/390 workstations, HP 9000 (800 series servers, 700 ser- ies clients), SGI Challenge, Indigo and Onyx, IBM RS/6000. Legacy sys- tems: DEC 8000 series and VAX-11, Pyramid 90x, Acropolis RAID, NeXT.
Operating Systems: Solaris 7 (SunOS 5.7) 8, 9 and 10 and all SunOS 4.1, RedHat Enterprise Linux 3 and 4, RedHat Linux 8 and 9, SuSE Linux 8.2, HP-UX 10 and 11, IRIX 6.2, AIX 5.2. Legacy OS: VMS, OSx and Mach.
Network Services: DNS, NIS, NFS, NTP, UUCP and timed.
Webserver Administration: Apache, WebLogic and WebSphere
Software Network Protocols: TCP/IP, UDP, VLAN, VPN, XNS, PPP and SLIP.
Hardware Network Protocols: Ethernet 10/100Mb and 1Gb (copper and fiber) CDDI, FDDI, ATM, X.25 and token ring.
Communication and Disk Hardware: Cisco routers, Bay Networks and Cabletron hubs, Network Appliance filers, Nortel and HP switches, Livingston Portmas- ter terminal servers and NCD devices.
Applications: ClearCase 3.2, HP OpenView, Legato NetWorker, Samba, Veritas NetBackup, Sun Cluster, Solstice Disk Suite, Cadence/Synopsys CAD tools in- cluding GlobeTrotter license manager.