I've been asked a few times for the code of my own CV.
Truth is, it was first done many, many years ago, based on the CurVe class. As I picked up tips and tricks, I kept adding and modifying the formatting styles—but I never got round to cleaning it up properly. I wouldn't wish it on anyone to have to read or use the messy code as it was *shudder*.
I got asked about it again recently, and I'm finally able to simplify the thing and put in online on Overleaf (so that other users won't get back to me with "but I don't have this package" issues either! 😉)
p/s: And yes, I got my current position with Overleaf with this CV (the full version of course)!
This is an bare bones CV created using altacv.cls (v1.7.1, 25 Aug 2023), which is based on the style of Marissa Mayer's
CV created by BusinessInsider using enhancv. (You can find a re-created example of that CV using AltaCV here.)
Examples of producing a publication list and referees section is provided on the second page.
Is this template ATS-friendly? I can't make any claims; but the accsupp package has been used to provide readable replacement text for the icons when it's copied-pasted from the PDF in Acrobat Reader. You can also try running
pdftotext -raw sample.pdf
pdftotext -lahout sample.pdf
on the output PDF, to inspect the text-only output.
The biblatex-chicago package implements the citation style of the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition. In this example, the notes option causes biblatex's autocite command to put citations in footnotes. The package can also produce inline author-year citations in the Chicago style. See the package documentation for more information.
This example shows how to automatically generate citations and a bibliography with biblatex and biber.
Biblatex and biber work together to automatically format references and citations like the older cite or natbib and bibtex tool chain, but they offer more powerful and easier to use formatting and better support for special characters (unicode).
For a full list of biblatex styles, see the user guide in the biblatex manual.
The purpose of the class yathesis is to facilitate dissertations’ typesetting of theses prepared in France, whatever disciplines and institutes. It implements most notably recommendations from the Ministry of Higher Education and Research and this, transparently to the user. It has also been designed to (optionally) take advantage
of powerful tools available in LaTeX, including packages:
biblatex for the bibliography ;
glossaries for the glossary, list of acronyms and symbols list.
The yathesis class, based on the book class, aims to be both simple to use and, to some extent, (easily) customizable.