Developing my one-page resume

Recently I was applying for some new possible gigs and the more I looked at my resume the more I felt dated. Being in the industry for so long and worked on many different projects, technologies, roles, methodologies putting it all in a traditional resume style would yield into a novella. I decided to challenge myself and think of how I would help the potential decision maker (rather than a recruiter/bot) decide what I can do.
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Enterprise Programmer’s Bill of Rights

I recently looked into the Programmer’s Bill of Rights and one commenter’s revised edition.. However, there’s one key problem I had with it and that is the focus on the company providing everything to the developer. Personally, I don’t think it is sustainable for larger enterprises. As such I have a rewrite of the Programmer’s Bill of Rights that can be adapted to more enterprises especially those that are not focused on IT.
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Double downloads with HTTP/2 Server Push

One of the problems I found when I was doing server side push at least on Chrome is that some of the resources are downloaded twice and in the end I get the warning

The resource … was preloaded using link preload but not used within a few seconds from the window’s load event. Please make sure it wasn’t preloaded for nothing.

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