Here’s how you list programming languages on a resume:
Decide which programming languages to list
Think about which languages you know are most relevant to the job you want and choose those.
Add a separate section to your resume
Put your programming languages in a separate section on your resume labeled “Technical Skills.”
Group your skills into categories
If you have many technical skills, group them by tools, operating systems, databases, frameworks, and languages to improve readability.
List by your proficiency level
Organize your programming languages in order of proficiency starting with those you’re most knowledgeable in. For example, if you have an intermediate knowledge of Python, write “(Intermediate)” beside “Python” on your resume.
Highlight your programming skills in other sections of your resume
Include the programming languages you know best at the top of your resume in your resume summary or resume objective. Additionally, provide examples of how you put your programming skills to the test in the work experience section of your resume.
Here’s an example of how to list programming languages on a resume: