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I am trying to create a concise 'title' for my experience working in the computer field.

I have experience in multiple programming languages and multiple roles (manager, technician, programmer) and multiple applications (most mainframe based) and I have been at this for quite some time. But all I can come up with is this:

Well rounded computer systems specialist

Any other ideas?

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This is a bit informal but you may say "computer guru" or may be "computer veteran" to put a stress on experience.

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For any kind of "formal" context, I doubt terms like computer guru/veteran would be suitable.

Assuming OP particularly wishes to convey the three specific areas in which he has extensive experience, perhaps...

I have experience across a broad range of languages, applications, and team roles.

Personally, I'd be inclined to add (up to and including managing teams), because many people might assume team roles only goes up to team leader at best - and I personally would say that's a considerable step below manager.

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computer savvy would be my best bet for an informal term.

savvy
noun

: practical understanding or knowledge of something

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/savvy

However for something like a CV or title of profession;
computer specialist
would cover general areas of computing without being too informal or 'pop'.

But, I'd say you're much better off listing actual areas experiences rather than trying to coin a single term.

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Here are some titles I have found people using:

  • Computer - Guru
  • Techno - Polymath
  • Computer - Polymath
  • Multi-Speciality Computer Expert
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    "Multi-Speciality" is definitely an oxymoron in my book. In a resume or cover letter I'd raise my eyebrows on seeing that. –  mickeyf Jan 16 '12 at 4:13

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