Are you so sure that you can extrapolate your own work experiences as a programmer to the entirety of the software development business world?
I find your hubris -- especially the “flipped burgers” and “Top Chef” parallels -- thoroughly amusing. (Perhaps you are watching more than your fair share of cable cooking channels?)
"Of course, all such software is to meet business requirements and operational needs. Thus it need not be stated."Here again, your words appear to betray a very limited scope of experience. My suggestion for improving SunMoon’s one line CV statement was not just limited to “business and operational requirements,” but as you may recall, “business and operational requirements within the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)." – just a bit of difference. Isn’t there? Thus, my recommendation that "business and operational requirements" in fact be stated in this much broader context.
When you write your own C.V., or advise others about the same, perhaps it wouldn’t hurt to extend your view to the “big picture.”
-All the best