I recently left my job after being recruited by a few former coworkers. I worked for the new company for two months before being terminated for unprofessional conduct in the work place (a confrontation with an employee involving a lot of swearing, if it matters). I am now looking for a new job. I've been torn with if/how I should present this job on my resume. After reading through similar questions on this site and elsewhere on the internet, I've decided that it is probably best to list this job on my resume so that I don't end up lying or showing a gap in my job history.
The problem is, I'm not sure what to list on the resume with regards to my role at that job. I'm a software engineer and all of my other jobs list out my major projects, accomplishments and technologies used. I spent the first three weeks of the job training and learning/reviewing the code base. The rest of the time was divided between Christmas break, the HR investigation into my behavior and a single project assigned to me. That project was completed pending code-review, but given my departure prior to merging into the code base, I'm not sure I can count this as a successful accomplishment.
The short time span is already going to "jump out" and I'm afraid that if I write too little (or too much for that matter) the contents will stick out as well. I'm not so much interested in highlighting the job as I am showing that I did not have a gap in employment.
How can I list this job without attracting too much attention to it or lying? Should I rethink even including it on my resume?