Hi guys, I finally got my resume done professionally and received the rough draft today. It looks good so far and I will be using it to apply for an entry level programming position, preferably in C++ or Objective-C since they are the languages I am most familiar with (although I can learn any language). This begs the question on what type of stuff are entry level programmers expected to know? I understand this can vary greatly depending on the type of applications a person would be working on but I was wondering if anyone would give me a rough guideline or let me know what you had to know before starting a programming job. I'm trying to gauge whether I should job hunt immediately (I graduate in October) or if I should spend more time beefing up my skills. The last thing I want to do is get called to do a programming test, find out I don't know as much as I thought I knew, and lose any future opportunity with the company I applied to. I know its an almost impossible question to answer but if anyone can send any guidelines or suggestions my way I would greatly appreciate it One thing I do want to mention though is I practice new programming concepts daily and never stop learning it. (As you all may have noticed from other posts I am currently learning OpenGL). I'm definitely not one of the people who stop learning as soon as they get out of school and I hope that type of attitude will help me land a job. EDIT: I've also been looking at positions but they just say things like "C++ knowledge" but C++ is pretty broad and although I'm familiar and use many aspects of it I'm sure there are still plenty of things I don't know.