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So far, I've been listing the skills mentioning technologies related to the field:
- Networking: subnetting, DHCP, DNS, IPv4, DLP, IDS/IPS, NAC.
- Programming: C++, Java, Python, Perl.
However, recently, I have seen a couple of resumes in which the writer explains briefly his experience in each field. For instance:
- Networking: designing of large networks and set up of security measures like DLP, IDS/IPS and NAC systems.
- Programming: C++, Java and some exposure to scripting languages like Python and Perl.
So now I'm wondering, from the point of view of a recruiter, whether one way is preferred above the other or it's irrelevant the way I'm listing technical skills.