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I saw other questions that seem similar to this (How to List Personal/Side Projects as a Work Experience in Resume, Are independent projects appropriate to list on a resume?) but I didn't find what I was looking for in either.
I'm currently employed full time in a "normal" software development job. For the last year and a half, an ex-coworker and I have started up a side project in whatever spare time we've had. From other advice I've read I would list such a thing in an "Other Projects" section on my resume, but in this case we have an actual registered company and one paying client. I'm not quitting my day job for it, but it's been more than just a hobby venture, too.
Anyway, it's something I would like to be able to talk about at an interview, but it feels sort of disingenuous listing it at the top of my resume (since it would be the most current). But to that, too - how does it appear if you list two concurrent jobs at the top of your resume, too?
I guess ultimately I'd like advice on how to represent this situation on a resume. I think I'd still want to list my day job as my current primary but don't necessarily want this other venture to be buried at the bottom, either.