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I am cleaning up my CV and was curious about how to correctly phrase the following:

I am a highly motivated software developer who loves solving...

OR

I am a highly motivated software developer that loves solving...

More generally, what is the grammatical rule for the usage of who and that in similar contexts?

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  • It's fine but generally one places sentences at the top with a series of points and action verbs but no personal pronoun.
    – Lambie
    Jun 6 at 14:56
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"Who" is used for sentient beings. "That" is used for objects or insentient living things like plants.

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