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README.md

CV

Here is my CV. See more at http://staff.ps.bnl.gov/staff.aspx?id=92991 and at https://mrakitin.xyz.

Compile instructions:

  • Install TeX Live. On Windows all the required packages are installed with TeX Live. On Linux install LaTeX and additional packages as follows:
    $ sudo apt install texlive
    $ sudo apt install ghostscript
    $ sudo apt install moderncv
    $ sudo apt install texlive-latex-extra
  • Install Eclipse IDE
  • Install TeXlipse new TeXlipse (more info about new version is at link 1 and link 2)
  • Configure a LaTeX project:
  • Click Setup build tools... and confugure the builder:

You are ready to go - when you change anything in the CV.tex file, the TeXlipse will recompile the .pdf file automatically.

Bibliography

I prefer and recommend to use JabRef, a cross-platform bibliography management tool, which works great with the bibliography in MS Word as well.

BibDesk is a nice alternative for Mac.

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