Session Details

The Million Dollar Resume: A Workshop  

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Date :
10:45 AM Sunday
Room :
Fireside D
Track :
Interview Kickstart
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Ever wonder what a solid resume looks like? One that eventually leads to massively paying jobs?

Contrary to popular advice, we at Interview Kickstart believe, that a good resume is one that raises more questions than it answers. In the few seconds that it gets, it finds a way to get into the reader's head, so much so, that they can't help but talk to you.

In this workshop, our coaches will show you what it takes to write such a resume. One that attracts attention from recruiters and hiring managers alike.

Bring your resume and a pen/cil. Or a computer fully charged. We'll work through it right there!

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The Speaker(s)


Soham Mehta

Soham is the founder of Interview Kickstart, which is a bootcamp for technical interview preparation. The bootcamp is laser-focused on re-teaching Data Structures, Algorithms and System Design, to working engineers, who desire to work at high-growth, career-launching tech companies in Silicon Valley. Prior to InterviewKickstart, Soham was a Director of Engineering at Box and an early engineer there. He helped Box's technical teams grow from 5 to 250 engineers over a span of 5 years. This meant living and breathing the interviewing machine exploring all its nooks and corners, and ups and downs. Prior to Box, Soham has also worked at eBay and Microsoft.

Nicholas Camilleri

As the Head of Career Coaching at Interview Kickstart, Nick Camilleri has helped more than 3,000 software engineers land their dream jobs in tech. Growing up in Mountain View, CA, Nick was exited to start his career as a technical recruiter, helping local tech companies like Google and Apple grow. He then made his way to LinkedIn where he sat on the hiring committee for 200+ SWE hires. Since then, he has had the pleasure of speaking at universities like Stanford, Santa Clara University, SJSU, UOP, and UC Davis on the topics of professional communication, career development, and entrepreneurship.
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