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1  README.md
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## TaDa
+ * Fixed all outstanding spacing issues (thanks to the `\sloppy` command)
* Works out of the box with ScribTex
* Separate file for command definitions (so we can collaborate on that file using forks and pull-requests)
* Allow ligatures (not very noticable with the Pagella font, one could try Libertine or Hoefler)
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11 cies-breijs-resume.tex
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\begin{document} % begin the content of the document
+\sloppy % this to relax whitespacing in favour of straight margins
\maintitle{Cies Breijs}{June 12, 1982} % title on top of the document
@@ -52,7 +53,7 @@
\KTurtle is a zero-entry-barrier programming environment that is shipped with every Linux distribution. It is well suited for teaching (children) the basics of programming, math and geometry. Through this project I hope to give others the same opportunity I was given:\ to learn programming at early age.
-From 2003 to 2007 I studied at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and graduated in \emph{Business and Computer Science} (one curriculum). After graduation I traveled Europe and Asia during a two year sabbatical, on which I worked on several occasions (see experience below). Most interesting was my work for Intellecap:\ I architected and implemented an open source administrative backend for the booming micro credit lending industry.
+From 2003 to 2007 I studied at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and graduated in \emph{Business and Computer Science} (one curriculum). After graduation I traveled Europe and Asia during a two year sabbatical, on which I worked on several occasions (see experience below). Most challenging was my work for Intellecap:\ I architected and implemented an open source administrative backend for the booming micro credit lending industry.
Upon return from my travels (\apo09) I joined Zarafa, one of the largest open source software vendors in the Netherlands. In 2011 was asked to join Intellecap as the \acr{CTO} of their software division (\acr{ISTPL}) that within half a year had to let me go due to restructuring. Currently I am looking for a challenging position further train my geek muscle.
\end{multicols}
@@ -214,22 +215,20 @@
}
-\spacedhrule{0.3em}{-0.4em}
+\spacedhrule{0.5em}{-0.4em}
\roottitle{Skills}
\inlineheadsection % special section that has an inline header with a 'hanging' paragraph
{Technical specialties:}
- {Software design and implementation, with(in) a team. I love Ruby/Python/Java/\CPP~and flirt with Haskell. Solid knowledge of web technologies:\ \acr{HTML+CSS}, \acr{XML}, \acr{RDF}, \acr{REST}, \acr{SOAP} and JavaScript (mainly jQuery). Linux administration skills:\ bash, Apache, My\acr{SQL}, Postgres\acr{SQL}, virtualization/cloud (Open\acr{VZ}, \acr{VM}ware, \acr{KVM}, Xen and \acr{EC}2), datacenter automation (Puppet and Chef), continuous integration (Hudson/Jenkins).}
-
-\vspace{-1.7em}
+ {Software design and implementation, with(in) a team. I love Ruby/\nsp Python/\nsp Java/\nsp \CPP and flirt regularly with Haskell. Solid knowledge of web technologies:\ \acr{HTML+CSS}, \acr{XML}, \acr{RDF}, \acr{REST}, \acr{SOAP} and JavaScript (mainly jQuery). Linux administration skills:\ bash, Apache, My\acr{SQL}, Postgres\acr{SQL}, virtualization/cloud (Open\acr{VZ}, \acr{VM}ware, \acr{KVM}, Xen and \acr{EC}2), datacenter automation (Puppet and Chef), continuous integration (Hudson/Jenkins).}
\inlineheadsection
{Natural languages:}
{Dutch \emph{(mother tongue)}, English \emph{(full professional proficiency)}, German \emph{(limited working proficiency)}, French \emph{(elementary proficiency)} and Mandarin Chinese \emph{(beginner)}.}
-\spacedhrule{-0.1em}{-0.4em}
+\spacedhrule{1.6em}{-0.4em}
\roottitle{Interests}
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9 combined/cies-breijs-resume.tex
@@ -153,11 +153,13 @@
% apo command, for an apostrophe that looks good on old style nums
\newcommand{\apo}{\raisebox{-.18ex}{'}{\hspace{-.1em}}}
+% non space that allows line breaks
+\newcommand*{\nsp}{\hskip0pt}
%%% MORE SPECIFIC COMMANDS
% CPP command (found it in some corner of the internet and decided to use it)
-\newcommand{\CPP}{C\nolinebreak[4]\hspace{-.04em}\raisebox{.20ex}{\footnotesize\bf ++}}
+\newcommand{\CPP}{C\nolinebreak[4]\hspace{-.04em}\raisebox{.20ex}{\footnotesize\bf++} }
% KTurtle command :)
\newcommand{\KTurtle}{\acr{KT}urtle }
@@ -173,6 +175,7 @@
\begin{document} % begin the content of the document
+\sloppy % this to relax whitespacing in favour of straight margins
\maintitle{Cies Breijs}{June 12, 1982} % title on top of the document
@@ -208,7 +211,7 @@
\KTurtle is a zero-entry-barrier programming environment that is shipped with every Linux distribution. It is well suited for teaching (children) the basics of programming, math and geometry. Through this project I hope to give others the same opportunity I was given:\ to learn programming at early age.
-From 2003 to 2007 I studied at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and graduated in \emph{Business and Computer Science} (one curriculum). After graduation I traveled Europe and Asia during a two year sabbatical, on which I worked on several occasions (see experience below). Most interesting was my work for Intellecap:\ I architected and implemented an open source administrative backend for the booming micro credit lending industry.
+From 2003 to 2007 I studied at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and graduated in \emph{Business and Computer Science} (one curriculum). After graduation I traveled Europe and Asia during a two year sabbatical, on which I worked on several occasions (see experience below). Most challenging was my work for Intellecap:\ I architected and implemented an open source administrative backend for the booming micro credit lending industry.
Upon return from my travels (\apo09) I joined Zarafa, one of the largest open source software vendors in the Netherlands. In 2011 was asked to join Intellecap as the \acr{CTO} of their software division (\acr{ISTPL}) that within half a year had to let me go due to restructuring. Currently I am looking for a challenging position further train my geek muscle.
\end{multicols}
@@ -376,7 +379,7 @@
\inlineheadsection % special section that has an inline header with a 'hanging' paragraph
{Technical specialties:}
- {Software design and implementation, with(in) a team. I love Ruby/Python/Java/\CPP~and flirt with Haskell. Solid knowledge of web technologies:\ \acr{HTML+CSS}, \acr{XML}, \acr{RDF}, \acr{REST}, \acr{SOAP} and JavaScript (mainly jQuery). Linux administration skills:\ bash, Apache, My\acr{SQL}, Postgres\acr{SQL}, virtualization/cloud (Open\acr{VZ}, \acr{VM}ware, \acr{KVM}, Xen and \acr{EC}2), datacenter automation (Puppet and Chef), continuous integration (Hudson/Jenkins).}
+ {Software design and implementation, with(in) a team. I love Ruby/\nsp Python/\nsp Java/\nsp \CPP and flirt regularly with Haskell. Solid knowledge of web technologies:\ \acr{HTML+CSS}, \acr{XML}, \acr{RDF}, \acr{REST}, \acr{SOAP} and JavaScript (mainly jQuery). Linux administration skills:\ bash, Apache, My\acr{SQL}, Postgres\acr{SQL}, virtualization/cloud (Open\acr{VZ}, \acr{VM}ware, \acr{KVM}, Xen and \acr{EC}2), datacenter automation (Puppet and Chef), continuous integration (Hudson/Jenkins).}
\vspace{-1.7em}
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12 resume-commands.tex
@@ -116,13 +116,13 @@
{\end{list}}
% headerrow command, used for a new employer
-\newcommand{\headedsection}[3]{\nopagebreak[4]\begin{indentsection} \item[] \textscale{1.1}{#1} \hfill #2 #3 \end{indentsection}\nopagebreak[4]}
+\newcommand{\headedsection}[3]{\nopagebreak[4]\begin{indentsection}\item[]\textscale{1.1}{#1}\hfill#2#3\end{indentsection}\nopagebreak[4]}
% subheaderrow command, used for a new position
-\newcommand{\headedsubsection}[3]{\nopagebreak[4]\begin{indentsection} \item[] \textbf{#1} \hfill \emph{#2} #3 \end{indentsection}\nopagebreak[4]}
+\newcommand{\headedsubsection}[3]{\nopagebreak[4]\begin{indentsection}\item[]\textbf{#1}\hfill\emph{#2}#3\end{indentsection}\nopagebreak[4]}
% body text (indented)
-\newcommand{\bodytext}[1]{\nopagebreak[4]\begin{indentsection} \item[] #1 \end{indentsection}\pagebreak[2]}
+\newcommand{\bodytext}[1]{\nopagebreak[4]\begin{indentsection}\item[]#1\end{indentsection}\pagebreak[2]}
% \vspace variaties
\newcommand{\breakvspace}[1]{\pagebreak[2]\vspace{#1}\pagebreak[2]}
@@ -132,16 +132,18 @@
\newcommand{\spacedhrule}[2]{\breakvspace{#1}\hrule\nobreakvspace{#2}}
% \inlineheadsection command, used for a new employer
-\newcommand{\inlineheadsection}[2]{\begin{basedescript}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{\doubleparindent}} \item[\hspace{\newparindent}\textbf{#1}] #2 \end{basedescript}}
+\newcommand{\inlineheadsection}[2]{\begin{basedescript}{\setlength{\leftmargin}{\doubleparindent}}\item[\hspace{\newparindent}\textbf{#1}]#2\end{basedescript}\vspace{-1.7em}}
% apo command, for an apostrophe that looks good on old style nums
\newcommand{\apo}{\raisebox{-.18ex}{'}{\hspace{-.1em}}}
+% non space that allows line breaks
+\newcommand*{\nsp}{\hskip0pt}
%%% MORE SPECIFIC COMMANDS
% CPP command (found it in some corner of the internet and decided to use it)
-\newcommand{\CPP}{C\nolinebreak[4]\hspace{-.04em}\raisebox{.20ex}{\footnotesize\bf ++}}
+\newcommand{\CPP}{C\nolinebreak[4]\hspace{-.04em}\raisebox{.20ex}{\footnotesize\bf++} }
% KTurtle command :)
\newcommand{\KTurtle}{\acr{KT}urtle }
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