tucv is my LaTeX package designed to produce résumés and CVs in the style of the University of Tulsa’s Institute for Information Security format. It is currently licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 license. Its development is hosted on Bitbucket, and it is indexed by CTAN.
I also started a project called tucvtextrender, a Python module that will do a decent job of rendering a tucv-formatted résumé into monospaced plain text. It’s not quite ready to set-and-forget just yet, but even in its current state it does a pretty good job of generating reasonably sane defaults for hand tinkering.
The format of the sample CV and the document style that guided the adaptation of this package is based upon the University of Tulsa Institute for Information Security and Cyber Corps program’s de facto résumé format, which is the work, among others, of:
The LaTeX style is based upon the shaded résumé template that is the work of:
- Package directory (on CTAN)
Source code repository
- Source code repository (hosted by Bitbucket)
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.