Below this is the original README for the template I’m using. While I’m at it, I’ll throw in a few things you probably will have to install before using it
sudo apt-get install texlive-xetex
biber, not BibTeX. So
sudo apt-get install biber
ttf-goudybookletterpackage). I took out XITS Math but the fallback font was not instaled either, so you’ll have to install it.
Sounds like hard work for a resumé, right? Well, you will have to do it only once and then you can use all the time you want. I haven’t managed to make it work for older versions of Ubuntu, though.
xelatex cv.tex biber cv xelatex cv.tex
That’s it. This is conveniently encapsulated in
will do the trick.
Latest version of my CV, typeset in Helvetica and using colors
inspired by Monokai (there is an
Uses TikZ for the header, XeTeX and fontspec to use Helvetica Neue, biblatex to print my publications and textpos for the aside.
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