LaTeX resume template for Pandoc based on Jason R. Blevins' template
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resume-pandoc

LaTeX resume template for Pandoc based on Jason R. Blevins' template; http://jblevins.org/projects/cv-template/.

I've included my own resume in markdown format as an example. To create the LaTeX version, use:

pandoc perl-programmer-john-bokma-resume.md -f markdown+yaml_metadata_block \
  --template templates/jb2resume.latex \
  -o perl-programmer-john-bokma-resume.tex

And to create the PDF version, use:

pandoc perl-programmer-john-bokma-resume.md -f markdown+yaml_metadata_block \
  --template templates/jb2resume.latex \
  -o perl-programmer-john-bokma-resume.pdf

Getting Started on Ubuntu 17.04

Please read my blog entry Installing the latest version of Pandoc on Ubuntu 17.04 which provides an easy walk-through.

YAML Meta Block

name : the name on the resume.

keywords : keywords to be added to the PDF file.

left-column : a list of lines you want in the left column, directly under the name on the first page.

right-column : a list of lines you want in the right column, directly under the name on the first page.

fontsize : default 10pt.

fontenc : default T1.

urlcolor : used in PDF, default blue.

linkcolor : used in PDF, default magenta.

numbersections : number sections, default off. Can also be controlled using the pandoc option -N, --number-sections.

name-color : the SVG name of the font color used for your name on the resume. For example DarkSlateGray. Note that this option also changes the font used for your name to bold and sans serif.

section-color : the SVG name of the font color used for sections. For example Tomato. Note that this option also changes the section font to bold and sans serif.

Regarding the last two options: if you just want to change the font to sans serif bold you can just use the color black.

Example PDF

See http://castleamber.com/documents/perl-programmer-john-bokma-resume.pdf.

Credits