Tuesday, October 3

resume class

I moved my resume over to LaTeX last night, using Daniel Burrows's resume class. I wanted to change a couple of his design choices - specifically by getting rid of the rules near the top of the page, italicizing titles rather than bolding, and using Computer Modern instead of Times. This all turned out to be trivial as long as I wasn't worried about correctness (the fonts, in particular, may have issues).

Here's my result (pdf). Here are resume_brennen.cls, and resume_brennen.tex as an example, in case anyone finds this useful.

You'll also need the PGF package for this to work. Under Debian (and presumably Ubuntu) PGF is available with apt-get install pgf.

p1k3 / 2006 / 10 / 3
tags: topics/debian, topics/linux, topics/warelogging