The LaTeX template on which my own CV is based is
available below and may be used freely by anyone interested in
creating their own CV or resume in LaTeX. The template is based on
article class and only requires on standard packages such
mathpazo. The source code for
my own CV is also available below, but over the years
it has diverged from the example. Compiling my CV requires using
XeTeX and having certain commercial fonts available. Nevertheless,
the source is available for reference.
- Example CV, PDF: cv-us.pdf
- Example CV, LaTeX source: cv-us.tex
- My CV, PDF: cv.pdf
- My CV, LaTeX source: cv.tex
To use the template, simply edit the file
cv-us.tex and run
There are a couple of macros such as
that need to be redefined. The sections in the template can
be used as examples to create your own.
This template inspired the “Classic” layout at CV Foundry, a paid web service for generating custom resumes with a variety of templates. It uses XeTeX as a backend to generate PDFs using expert fonts without the hassle of setting it up yourself or buying any fonts.