:necktie: A collection of simple and easy to use, yet powerful LaTeX templates for CVs and resumes. All of them are self designed and self implemented and not copied from template collections.
Now with support for Chinese, Japanese and Korean character encoding. Setup is only two lines of code! Read more here.
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Great first impression
Point out with a progressive layout. Give decision makers and HR only the most important information about you on one single page.
Pick a template, replace the content, compile, done. If that's not enough you can easily customize colors, fonts and layout. The templates are documented directly in the code.
You need a minimal tex-live distribution to compile the templates. No XeTeX or LuaTeX required. No other SDKs or environments required.
We now have a Dockerfile you can use to build your latex environment. For this you need to have Docker installed on your system.
Get Docker: https://docs.docker.com/get-docker/
We provide scripts for building the image and running the containers,
so you should fine by simply running the
You should now be able to build CVs simply by providing the folder name:
$ .docker/build.sh classic
Constraints: You need to be in the top-level folder of this project and the image has been created (see prior step).
You can also run a daemon and pass through build commands, suitable if you build many times in sequence:
$ .docker/dbuild.sh classic
$ .docker/dbuild.sh modern
$ # ... and so on
This has originally been implemented by https://github.com/blang/latex-docker/tree/master
The following guide just briefly describes the requirements and build procedure as there are many ways to install a LaTeX distribution on various OS. Please create an issue, if this part is not helpful.
You will need some minimal Texlive distrubution (The full texlive distribution is nearly 2GB large but you will need only a part of it). A good starting point is here: https://www.latex-project.org/get/#tex-distributions
If you want to install texlive from tug.org instead, you can use this guide: https://tug.org/texlive/
Users of various Linux distrubutions can also install texlive from their repositories.
This repo also contains a
texlive.profile file in the project root, that can be used to install the minimum required texlive packages when manually installing texlive.
main.tex file do
main.tex according to your CV credentials, optionally change settings and colors etc.
main.pdf should show the output.
Contributors are very welcome. You want to contribute? Awesome! Please check the contribution guidelines first to make it a success.
:heart: Thanks a lot to all sponsors of this project, your contribution will help to keep this project going:
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