Resumé for Matthew P. Barnson

matthew's picture

I've had many hits from search engines looking for "OpenOffice Resumé". Here's the template I use. You'll need to right-click and "save as" if you want to have any hope of it working.

I'm a career sysadmin, with twenty years of experience covering most popular flavors of UNIX, Windows, and NetWare. Knowledgeable with Apache, Linux, Solaris, HP/UX, AIX, SAN, NAS, DNS, DHCP, Microsoft, Novell, Sun 7000 and Network Appliance storage, and even more.

My resumé is available in OpenOffice.org .sxw format, Microsoft Word .doc format, HTML, and PDF. If you get garbage in your browser for a particular file (only a problem with Internet Explorer, it seems, which ignores MIME types), right-click it and "save as" instead.

Matt Barnson's resumé in OpenOffice.org (ODT) format

Matt Barnson's resumé in Adobe PDF format

Matt Barnson's resumé in Microsoft Word format

Matt Barnson's resumé in HTML format

Additionally, I have some supplementary material individuals have requested asking for more detail about my work experience and technical writing ability:

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resume template

resume template link goes to a blog... any chance of pointing me to it?

thanks!

matthew's picture

Thanks for the link fix

Thanks for the link fix. I apparently changed the file name from
"resume 4.stw" to "resume_4.stw" at some point, and never corrected it. It's fixed now.

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Matthew P. Barnson

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Matthew P. Barnson

Thanks, muchas gracias por la plantilla

Me es muy útil la plantilla.
Gracias por tu colaboración.

Saludos
Fortino

matthew's picture

Translation

This board is very helpful.
Thank you for your assistance.

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Matthew P. Barnson

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Matthew P. Barnson

resume template

I think so...

JB's picture

How current

How current is the resume that the links are pointed at?

Are you still interested in work in the DC area?

matthew's picture

Updating...

I'm updating my resume today in response to my boss requesting an updated copy. The only thing which has changed is length of time at my current position (I have not changed jobs), and the skills I've gained working for my current employer. I'm not pursuing a job in DC like I had been at one time, but I'm definitely still open to it.

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Matthew P. Barnson

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Matthew P. Barnson

Bryan's picture

Open to it my butt...

I told ya about the positions with my company almost a year ago and asked you to let me know if you were interested.. Yet still no reply!!!
Only joking, but we do have some Unix spots...

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Bryan

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Bryan

Vim, vst and your resume

Hello,

Since you use VIM and have formatted your resume with
multiple editors, am curious if your resume-format
can be captured by the VST plugin for VIM
http://skawina.eu.org/mikolaj/vst.html ?

Thanks

matthew's picture

I'll give it a try!

Well, I don't know, I'll give it a try today.

EDIT: OK, I started playing around with it, and putting it into VST markup is too much work considering the target audience. The fact is, 99% of those who get my resume are recruiters, and 90% of those only want the resume in Microsoft Word .doc format. If that's not an exportable option, then it's fairly useless to me.

I understand I could go VST - HTML - import to DOC, but the original source document is in OpenOffice.org... and will probably stay that way until I'm ready to make my next big change :)

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Matthew P. Barnson

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Matthew P. Barnson