To answer that question, look at the extract from a CV below. What impression do you have?
Good knowledge of Matlab/Simulink
Good knowledge of C/C++ language
Good knowledge of Java language
Good knowledge of ASP
Good knowledge of PHP
Good knowledge of Visual Studio
Good knowledge of query language (MySql)
Good knowledge of Latex
Good knowledge of Doxygen
Intermediate knowledge of Labview.
There are many problems with the example above. The most obvious are the use of a horizontal rather than a vertical list and the repetition of ‘good knowledge’. It would be much more concise to do as follows:
Intermediate knowledge: Labview
The other problem is credibility – is it possible to have good knowledge’ of so many systems and languages? Just list the technical skills that are listed in the company’s job specifications or which you think might, in any case, be useful for the job you are applying for.