I've been fortunate to get feedback from some of the positions that I failed to acquire and one of the more helpful ones (which helped me get my current position) was to change the way that the resume is formatted - consequently, you wouldn't encounter this problem.
What they suggested to me was to have the resume 'project based' as opposed to employer based.
So, now I have something like:
My Position, Company Name
Size of team: x
- Language 1 - Technology 1
- Language 2 - Technology 2
- Language 3 - Technology 3
In the technologies section I put things like the RDMS that was used, any special libraries/toolsets (like nhibernate)
It's not perfect: It can bloat the resume a bit if you've got lots of projects, and you'll also likely have more than 1 project per employer. As a result there will be multiple entries with the same employer, but it's not meant to highlight the employers you've worked for, but the work you've done.
edit> I forgot to note that it's beneficial if your position title was descriptive... lead developer usually implies that you 'designed and developed'.