Sometime ago I was going to apply for an interesting job position at some hi-tech company. I was too lazy to rethink about what I put long time ago in my resume. I just updated for the latest/ position I was working on only.
After I submitted my resume, a friend of mine working at that company were complaining with a word (that I put long time ago and stayed there for such long time): Hacking. One manager was even so allergic with the word and caused I never got called for even interview.
According to Wikipedia, a 'hacker' word is defined as a person who is dedicated to software programming and who builds elegant, beautiful programs and systems. From google, I found mostly positive meaning about this word. In general, "Hacking" means to break a code (as part of testing its stabilitiy, reliability and security), as well as to fix software in a quick way. The word itself originates from the top university in the world, especially in computer science, MIT. At the time, these experts popularized the word among themself and then through BBS (no web or email at that time). According to PcMagazina, the word has been interwined and mistakenly equalized with word "Cracker" (usually bad persons who try to get a free software or other illegal activities) mostly by computer illiterate persons (media). These "true" hackers then answered back with a new terminology "White-hat hackers". So a true hacker usually is a white-hat hacker.
Regardless of wrong interpretation of this word by these ignorant people (sadly, some of them even software managers!), I learned my lesson. Never make your resume more than 3-4 pages (eventhough you have such a long and various experience). Be careful with our resume, otherwise you will have to pay the consequences.