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I am currently looking for contracting gigs in order to earn money for new hardware. Check out my resume and send an email to email@example.com with your offer. I live in Santa Clara, CA and am happy to go on-site as far away as San Francisco. I am looking for $100/hr, and can commit for up to a year. Shorter gigs are also okay.
Do you remember in the aughts, when structured data was cool? I used one of the structured data projects to write my resume. You can generate a new copy from the xml like so:
xsltproc -o cv.txt http://xmlresume.sourceforge.net/xsl/output/us-text.xsl http://prgmr.com/~lsc/cv.xml xsltproc -o cv.html http://xmlresume.sourceforge.net/xsl/output/us-html.xsl http://prgmr.com/~lsc/cv.xml xsltproc -o cv.fo http://xmlresume.sourceforge.net/xsl/output/us-a4.xsl http://prgmr.com/~lsc/cv.xml soffice --headless --convert-to doc cv.txt fop cv.fo cv.pdf fop cv.fo -rtf cv.rtfSo yeah. The PDF is okay, the rtf is largely unreadable. The doc, when converted from html, turns out okay, but not great. so yeah. From text.