I don't know if this should be posted here since this is not about data analysis or other bioinformatics work, but instead just a simple question about what to put in the resume.
I have used the following programs throughout my undergrad and graduate life. My question is:
1) Is it a good idea to put all/most programs onto my resume? Do employers want to see all?
2) Is it a good idea to organize different software/tools into different categories? If so, how would you group them?
Bioinformatics tools: Bioconductor, Bioconda, GATK, Picard tools, Tuxedo Suite, UCSC Genome Browser
Sequence alignment: BLAST, Clustal, SAMtools, BWA, STAR, MUSCLE
Genome assembly: Velvet, ABySS, SOAPdenovo, SSPACE, Rascaf
Phylogenetics: FastTree, NJplot
Database: NCBI, UniProt, Swiss-Prot, PDB
Programming language: R, Bash, Perl/BioPerl, PostgreSQL, SQLite
Operating system: macOS, Unix, Windows, Ubuntu
General applications: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, LATEX, Adobe