This is my public markdown resume I use as my 'plain text' version and to generate a nice HTML version by using pandoc. Feel free to use it as a template for yours.
Note that the resume isn't properly formatted in GitHub by opening
resume.md. It seems GitHub does not support definition lists.
HTML resume: http://mauserrifle.github.com/resume/
Simple format generation
Just edit resume.md and generate using the examples below. All generation codes below require pandoc.
Generate HTML version
Generates a .html file that will be using style.css.
pandoc -s -c style.css resume.md -o resume.html
Generate plain text version
I rather just use the markdown version. But a text version might be useful.
pandoc -s -S resume.md -t asciidoc -o resume.txt
Generate PDF version
I use a browser to print the HTML version to PDF. But pandoc does support direct conversion.
pandoc resume.md -o resume.pdf
Generate docx version
Has some formatting errors, but who cares for docx anyway.
pandoc -s -S resume.md -o resume.docx
Advanced: using partials
There may be an use case you would want to generate a public and private
resume and even multi language. For this please see the file
generate.from.partials.sh. I use this to generate my resumes in dutch and
english. Both with a private and public version.
Note that this project ignores any
*private files so they are not
commited to GitHub, and thus missing for you.