Presentation originally given to the Philly GDI Teacher Meetup on how to craft your professional bio. You want to represent yourself honestly and start a conversation. Included here is a quick exercise to get you started.
Currently Software Engineering Manager at Tune building tools for mobile marketers and app developers to optimize user engagement. Previously, Director of Mobile Development at SnipSnap and before that led iOS and Android SDK development at Artisan Mobile. I value clean code, automation, and lean, iterative processes. I love to tackle the most difficult technical, organizational, and product puzzles. My superpower is creating highly productive, innovative, and happy teams.
◦ “Audrey is the best mobile developer in Philadelphia” • Avoid words like ninja, master, expert, wizard, unicorn, rockstar, or guru. • Try not to sound like http://www.cipsum.com/ ◦ “Leverage agile frameworks to provide a robust synopsis for high level overviews. Iterative approaches to corporate strategy foster collaborative thinking to further the overall value proposition. Organically grow the holistic world view of disruptive innovation via workplace diversity and empowerment.”
at Resume Raiders http://www.resumeraiders.com/ to review my resume and linkedin ◦ He suggested great edits to my intro ◦ They can do everything from critique to rewrite for you ◦ It’s well worth the investment
• Create a folder in your google drive/dropbox/whatever ◦ Text file for bios ▪ short and long bios ▪ Links to profiles (github, website, blog, twitter, linkedin) ◦ Resume (comes in handy) ◦ Headshots ▪ Large versions ▪ Small versions ▪ Square versions