Continuing with the last posts theme on the résumé; when writing or updating your résumé, always keep the title of this post in mind.
Yes. Your résumé should be the showroom of your talent, knowledge and experience. It's shouldn't be a warehouse where you have dumped all your projects, the subjects you have studied and everything in between.
The art of getting an interview call is an effective résumé. A résumé that invites a call for more interaction. So trim those extra, non relevant projects, those extra subject information or the trainings.
Just like a showroom, keep only the stuff that's in demand or in season. Keep the rest out.
Treat your résumé as a showroom than a warehouse and you increase your chances of getting a call for interview.