On 2/26/07, Vijay Immanuel <codelad at gmail.com> wrote: > Recently, I was required to submit a formal technical resumé of myself > for a business offer, and I have a problem describing my role in the > company precisely. It is in effect a one-man company, and my > "official" role is as it's "sole proprietor", which somehow sounds too > absurd in a technical resumé, IMHO. Will "web developer" undermine my > role in running the company (which honestly isn't much more than a > couple of hours of paperwork every year)? Should I stick to "web > developer" and briefly mention that I also run the company? Are you approaching this business opportunity as a company or an individual? What you call yourself on your resume depends on what deal you are trying to strike. It's not really something we can give a blanket answer for. Perhaps if you provide more explanation of the deal, we can offer a better answer. -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.