A selection of Mike Cousins' (at least somewhat) impressive accomplishments and skills
This is where I keep my resume, because I will version control any aspect of my life that I can. It's written in Markdown, because I will write Markdown for any aspect of my life that I can. The Markdown is compiled to HTML, combined with some CSS, and converted to PDF for convenient consumption.
- resume.md - the resume
- resume.css - the style
- lib - artisinal, handcrafted development and build libraries
Cut a new version and push to GitHub to tell the CI server to build and deploy HTML, CSS, and PDF to GitHub pages:
$ npm version <level> -m <reason>
$ git push --follow-tags
$ npm install- Install dev dependencies
$ npm start- Start a live-reloading dev server
$ npm test- Test that the PDF converts, is 1 page, and is Letter size
$ npm run build- Build HTML and PDF to
Mad props to the stuff that makes it all possible:
- body-parser: Node.js body parsing middleware
- create-html: create an html file with one function call
- electron: Install prebuilt electron binaries for the command-line using npm
- electron-html-to: Convert html to html/image using electron
- end-or-error: Listen readable stream
- escape-html: Escape string for use in HTML
- express: Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework
- gh-pages: Publish to a gh-pages branch on GitHub (or any other branch on any other remote)
- github-url-from-git: Parse a github git url and return the github repo url
- hummus: Create, read and modify PDF files and streams
- inject-lr-script: inject live reload into HTML content
- marked: A markdown parser built for speed
- nodemailer: Easy as cake e-mail sending from your Node.js applications
- nodemon: Simple monitor script for use during development of a node.js app.
- octicons: A scalable set of icons handcrafted with <3 by GitHub.
- pdf2json: A PDF file parser that converts PDF binaries to text based JSON, powered by porting a fork of PDF.JS to Node.js
- rimraf: A deep deletion module for node (like
- run-parallel: Run an array of functions in parallel
- run-series: Run an array of functions in series
- run-waterfall: Run an array of functions in series, each passing its results to the next function (waterfall)
- tiny-lr: Tiny LiveReload server, background-friendly
- xvfb-maybe: Runs xvfb-run only if you need to, useful for Electron unit tests
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