Recently my company was interviewing for a new coder and I got to be in the interviews. One of the things they really looked down upon was when the person talked bad about the company or the boss. I would put the job down on your resume. Then discuss it when you are called in for an interview.
My last job I only worked there for about 9 months. In my interview I tried to say things like I am looking for something more challenging, a job where I am coding more or coding different specialties, or I am looking for something closer to home. Depending on what type of job you are leaving and what type of job you are interviewing for.
I can say when we looked at resumes if they worked at their previous job for a short amount of time it didn't discourage us unless all of their jobs were short lived. What really influenced our decisions was what the person said in the interviews. We wanted an employee with a good attitude.
I hope that helped. Good luck. I think as long as you stay positive you won't have a problem.
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