I am currently a software engineer.Its the start of my career.What choices do I make to become an ideal candidate for the HR/Interviewers,when I apply for interviews after leaving this job? Should I do a lot of late sittings? Should I try to learn multiple programming languages?Should I focus on only one programming language ? Any other important suggestions? I would appreciate answers from interviewers or HR.Anything I could do during this job to increase my value for hr and technical interviewers .Experienced advice is appreciated.
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Improving your writing would be a good start. You have spaces missing after full stops, and spaces before a question mark, and even no space after one. It's probably the single most common reason I have seen people bin developer CVs. Sorry if that seems harsh, but the point has to be made.
Second to that, there are two very different people you have to appeal to:
Above all else, try stay true to your passion; some people work their entire lives and have no joy in their jobs. 5/7 days is a lot of time to not enjoy what you're doing. Employers like to see people who haven't lost their "spark".