If you’re adding your resume to the stack of 50 that’s already on a hiring manager’s desk collecting dust mites, that’s probably not where you want it to be.
Another idea: allowing your work to speak for itself.
It’s up to you to show why your work (projects, articles, dev org prototypes, problem/solutions you’ve thought of, etc.) can be relevant to them and their organization.
Also, don’t assume, just because your work is interesting to you, it’s interesting to them, as it might not be.
But, your creativity, your ability to be different, the small risks you take, and the extra things that you do, will continue to help you differentiate yourself.
Dust mites love resumes, but don’t allow them to sleep, relax and get fat on yours.