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Shall I remove the skill set I have not used for years? While studying, I had worked on various tools and took different kind of training/workshops. But in my professional career I have not used many of them.
For examples, my Languages are "Python, Java, Snort rules description language, C, C++, SQL, Assembly, Verilog, MATLAB"
But I have not used "C, C++, Assembly, Verilog, MATLAB" ever since after university.
I took game development workshop, just to see if it interests me or not, but I never choose that path.
Also, there are many tools I worked on in university like "Pspice, Xilinx, LVDAM-ANT, HFSS, ADS" etc which have absolutely nothing to do with my current career, and my future plans.
I guess, removing them does make sense but it does not feel right to just scrap past experience out of resume. Should professionals, engineers and researchers specifically, remove such skills from their resume or is it okay to keep them?
PS: I graduated as an engineer but my professional work is all related to research, and in somewhat different field at that.