CV Compiler

Better tech resume within minutes 🕐

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#4 Product of the WeekNovember 21, 2018
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We analyzed 1M tech resumes to create an online revision tool that would scan your dev resume and indicate its weak points in real time.

Reviews
  • Iman Nemati
    Iman NematiSoftware Developer
    Pros: 

    Analyze your CV very fast and give you great recommendations on how to improve your CV's content to catch recruiter's eyes.

    Cons: 

    It's only for Tech CVs

    I've used CvCompiler to analyze my resume, and It really was beyond my expectations. It's fast and have a great UI. The recommendations that the CvCompiler gives you, is very important for your resume and job search. It scans your resume for bad content, and then shows you how to replace it with correct words which a recruiter would contact you for an interview.

    Iman Nemati has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    Gives you great insight about your CV and how to improve it.

    Cons: 

    Maybe needs some more tech profiles.

    CVCompiler is a great tool that automatically analyses your CV using Natural Language Processing to provide you with valuable insight about your CV and receive very useful feedback to make it even better. Definitively recommended.

    Milton Arango G has used this product for one week.
Discussion
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Andrew Stetsenko
Andrew StetsenkoMaker@stetsenko_me · Founder @ Relocate.me | GlossaryTech
Hey hunters, It’s been a while since we’ve launched our GlossaryTech recruitment toolbox on PH. Today, we’re excited to introduce CV Compiler to you. We analyzed 1M tech resumes to create a go-to online tool that would scan dev resumes and indicate their weak points in real time. CV Compiler combines NLP and machine learning to analyze and score your resume and then offers immediate suggestions on how to make it better. Built for developers, by developers The service is currently designed for tech professionals: Software Engineers, DevOps, Data Engineers/Scientists, QA Specialists, and the like. However, we plan to make it available for other specialities in due course. A quick recap of the key features: - Real-time, personalized feedback on your tech resume - Concise tips on how to improve it - Tech insights (how well your resume matches up with the top skills required at companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon…) - Your positioning (how recruiters using an ATS see your resume) - Resume & cover letter templates - Effective lines (resume bullet point examples) - LinkedIn hacks - A handpicked list of useful career-related articles Coming soon: - Different payment options - An opportunity to convert your current resume into a web template for its further editing (enhancement) and downloading - The most popular keywords for jobs within different tech stacks (JS, Java, C#, Ruby, Python, etc.) Try it yourself today, we have a special promo code for you: HeyProductHunter. Curious to hear your feedback. Thanks, Andrew
Ruslan Khalilov
Ruslan Khalilov@ruslan_khalilov
I just tried it out with some of my candidates and it really makes a difference. I like the part where it shows the score! UX is very intuitive for a such complex product. Great job @stetsenko_me !
Andrew Stetsenko
Andrew StetsenkoMaker@stetsenko_me · Founder @ Relocate.me | GlossaryTech
@ruslan_khalilov Thanks a lot for your kind words! We did our best 😉
Elena Zhizhimontova
Elena ZhizhimontovaPro@zelena · Co-Founder, TogethAR | Developer+Artist
Super useful! I see a business opportunity here: you could provide this tool as a SaaS to companies. Implement a version for them which basically "overfits" certain traits that are important for a given company's culture/position. This would automate recruiters jobs quite a bit and rate candidates better for a given position!
Andrew Stetsenko
Andrew StetsenkoMaker@stetsenko_me · Founder @ Relocate.me | GlossaryTech
@zelena Thanks a ton for sharing your feedback. We'll get these notes on our team's radar.
Stas Kharkov
Stas Kharkov@stas_kharkov1
Simple and Effective just what i need!
Andrew Stetsenko
Andrew StetsenkoMaker@stetsenko_me · Founder @ Relocate.me | GlossaryTech
@stas_kharkov1 Thank you!
Aaron  O'Leary
Aaron O'Leary@aaronoleary · Community @producthunt. Chef.
What are some of the most common issues with the average tech resume? 🤔
Andrew Stetsenko
Andrew StetsenkoMaker@stetsenko_me · Founder @ Relocate.me | GlossaryTech
@aaronoleary Thanks for your question! We found that many job applications were being rejected without even an interview, because of the resumes. Apparently, 10 seconds is long enough for a recruiter to eliminate many candidates. I'd say the 3 most common issues with the average tech resume are content, content, content. Oftentimes, resumes include just lists of responsibilities. It's rare to see a resume that contains accomplishments instead of duties. The way you describe your product/project, the skills you list (whether they in high demand)... These are only a few 'weak spots' that most tech resumes have.