Three distinct resume templates available to cater to different career stages and backgrounds. These templates are designed to help you create an effective resume that highlights your skills and achievements according to your unique situation:
Junior Developer Template: This template is tailored for aspiring developers who do not yet have professional experience. It emphasizes relevant skills, personal projects, and educational background to showcase your potential as a future software engineer
Professional Software Engineer Template: Aimed at experienced software engineers, this template highlights your professional experience, technical skills, and accomplishments in the field. It allows you to demonstrate your expertise and showcase the value you can bring to potential employers
General Non-Technical Template: Designed for individuals pursuing non-technical careers, this versatile template focuses on your transferable skills, work experience, and education. It's suitable for a wide range of professions and helps you present your qualifications in an organized and effective manner
A comprehensive template for M.Sc. or Ph.D. thesis with .bib, syntax-highlighted codes, hyperlink integration, and many more. The style is optimized for Tohoku University graduate students but can be customized for other purposes.
This package can help you format your notes easily and give them a unique front page for every chapter and section.
It calculates your progress and then displays the progress bar under the title.
It also displays a partial table of contents under every progress bar and only shows the subdirectories of the current part.
To generate this, you can simply enter your current completed titles with a command that accepts Variable Arguments. Still, that also helped you review your notes.
You can also customise the colour of the bar.
For more information, go to https://ctan.org/pkg/unifront
A beamer (presentation) template for the Visual Computing Group of the University of Siegen.
The ALT4mr is a multi-page resume template, you can use the \Myhref command to insert hyperlinks, add font-awesome icons, and use \mintinline command to add in-line code. Compilation with Lualatex is recommended. This template is based on another (unpublic) template I came across years ago, yet unfortunately I lose the name and link to it, anyone who has a clue about that template is welcome to connect.
The NAS has created this template for authors preparing invited submissions to PNAS.
The template allows authors to easily prepare and edit their manuscripts using Overleaf. Authors can then submit manuscripts to PNAS by using the PDF and source files generated by Overleaf.
To begin writing online (in your browser), simply click the Open as Template button above. The Overleaf PNAS template will be loaded, and additional guidelines for preparing your invited submission are included within the template itself.
National Academy of Sciences (NAS)