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If you are looking to get into robotics, it may be in your interest to mention assembly and c/c++. C#, java and some of the other languages don't usually translate down well to someone interested in hardware related jobs.
One other little thing, being bi-lingual is awesome. You might consider making another copy in your native language and linking from one to the other via your own website in both translations. Though this may be irrelevant if you are restricted geographically and looking for work only in an area that predominantly speaks one of your two languages.
I wish I new C/C++ or ASM
Just to let You guys know - I got the job as Simulation Engineer
So, in essence, you only have to simulate an engineer
Have you ever attended any of the modeling and simulation related conferences? We have quite a few here in the States.