Inspired by When do you put a programming language on your resume?, but I'm looking for a slightly different answer.
I started off my career in web development, but have since moved away from that area. So, I have extensive experience in both web and non-web lanuages that I don't particularly like, such as PHP, ASP, Pascal, VB, etc. Now, those are just examples and purely down to my taste, so no flaming please.
My point is, should I be putting these on my resume? Sure they widen my skill set, but they may give employers the wrong impression of what I'm after...
What about putting them under a section called "Languages I know, but dont like", albeit a little negative looking, it would maybe fend off those annoying web developer job emails, or not.
What does everyone else do about this?
Answers from similar questions:
- "I may only include one or two languages" - ascalonx.