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Contents

Resume Examples

Resumes from the wild

Tantek Çelik

Summary

Tantek has a summary list at the top:

<ul class="quals">
<li>
Manager & technical leader (10 years).  Led and set direction for teams of up to 12.
</li>
...

Employment

Tantek then lists his employment history:

<h2>Employment & Products</h2>
<ol class="experience">
<li class="job" id="technorati">
<h3><span class="dates">2004 - present</span><a href="http://www.technorati.com" class="company">Technorati</a>,  
  <a href="http://maps.yahoo.com/py/maps.py?BFCat=&Pyt=Tmap&addr=665+3rd+St&csz=San+Francisco+CA+94107" 
  class="location">San Francisco, CA</a></h3>
<h4><span class="dates">2004 July - present</span>
    <span class="jobtitle">Senior Technologist.</span></h4>
Investigate and define new standards and new technologies companywide.  Lead adoption of and implementation of valid 
semantic XHTML and CSS across all web sites. A primary contributor to the design, development, and launch of 
<a href="http://politics.technorati.com">politics.technorati.com</a> "Election Watch 2004" site in <em>13 days</em>.
    <div class="completed">
    <h5>Websites Developed and Launched</h5>
    <ul class="websites">
    <li><a href="http://www.technorati.com/">Technorati main site</a> (valid XHTML+CSS green redesign, XHTML strict 
      update)</li>
    <li><a href="http://politics.technorati.com/">Election Watch 2004</a> (initial valid XHTML+CSS release, XHTML 
      strict update with new Attention Index, Charts features)</li>
    </ul>
    </div> 
</li>

The implied scheme seems to be (in CSS selectors):

ol.experience
ol li.job
ol li.job .dates
ol li.job .company
ol li.job .jobtitle
ol li.job .completed
ol li.job .products

The set of .jobtitle, .completed and .products is repeated for cases where he had more than one position at a company.

patents

Tantek also has a section on patents:

<div class="patents" id="patents">
<h2><abbr title="United States">US</abbr> Patents</h2>
<div class="issued">
  <h3 class="sidelabel">Issued(6):</h3>
  <ol>
    <li id="PatNo5752056" value="5752056">
      <h4>
        <a href="http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?d=PALL&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2Fsrchnum.htm&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=5,752,056&OS=&RS=">
          System for binding document parts and handlers by fidelity of parts or by automatic 
          translation of parts</a></h4>
      <a class="altlink" href="http://www.delphion.com/details?pn=US05752056__">(delphion US05752056)</a> 
      <a class="inventor">[sole inventor]</a></li>
...

I'm not going to dig into this, because I already doubt it will be common enough for inclusion. --RyanKing 13:33, 18 Jan 2006 (PST)

Publications

<div class="publications" id="publications">
<h2>Publications & Presentations</h2>

<h3 id="recs">Recommendations and Candidate Recommendations (CRs)</h3>
<ol>

<li>Çelik T.
"<a class="title" href="http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-ui">CSS3 Basic User Interface Module</a>"
<a class="publisher" href="http://w3.org/TR">W3C Technical Reports and Publications</a>
&lt;<a class="URL" href="http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/CR-css3-ui-20040511">http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/CR-css3-ui-20040511</a>&gt;
(2004)
</li>

Definite material for citation microformat work. Need analysis in that context. --RyanKing 13:33, 18 Jan 2006 (PST)

presentations

<h3 id="presentations">Invited Presentations</h3>
<ol>
<li>Marks K, Çelik T.
"<a class="title" href="http://sdforum.org/SDForum/Templates/CalendarEvent.aspx?CID=1524"> Semantic XHTML: 
  Can your website be your API? - Using semantic XHTML to show what you mean</a>",
<a class="publisher" href="http://sdforum.org/"><abbr title="Software Development Forum">SD Forum</abbr></a> 
<a class="event" href="http://www.sdforum.org/SDForum/Templates/Level1.aspx?pid=10117&sid=7">Web Services 
  <abbr title="Special Interest Group">SIG</abbr></a>,
<span class="location">eBay's Silicon Valley Conference Center 2161 North First Street San Jose, CA 95131</span> 
(28 September 2004)
</li>
...

Tantek has a list of presentations, which includes presenters' names, event URL, publisher (seems to be used like 'organizer'), the event (ie, conference, workshop) URL and name, location and date.

Education

<div class="education">
<h2>Education</h2>
<ol>
<li class="school">
<h3><span class="dates">20 June 2001</span><a href="http://www.edwardtufte.com/tufte/" 
  class="institution">Edward Tufte</a></h3>
    <ul class="courses">
    <li><a href="http://www.edwardtufte.com/tufte/courses">Presenting Data and Information</a></li>
    </ul>
</li>
....

Tantek lists his education, including 'dates', a list of 'courses' (which includes name and optional URL) and list of degrees.

Awards

<div class="awards" id="awards">
<h2>Awards</h2>
<ol>
<li><span class="dates">2004</span>
 <a href="http://2004.sxsw.com/interactive">SXSW interactive conference</a>, 
 <!--<a href="http://www.sxsw.com/interactive/panels/ratings04/">--><a href="http://2004.sxsw.com/interactive/panels/ratings04/">Top rated moderator (4.70 out of possible 5.0)</a>.</li>

List with dates, event name, url and award name.


Interests

<div class="interests">
<h2>Other Interests</h2>
<ul>
  <li>Alternative transport: skate, bicycle, motorcycle. Run? Only <a href="http://www.asylumsfx.com/movies/belly.mov" target="m">when chased</a>.</li>

Affiliations

<h2>Member of</h2>
<ul><li><a href="http://www.cpsr.org">Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (<abbr>CPSR</abbr>)</a> (life),</li>

List of memberships/affiliations, each with URL and name.

Overall Implied Schema

@TODO - add analysis of the overall schema, as demonstrated by this example


Field name descrption
foo bar

Dan Connolly

Dan Connolly (needs elaboration for MIT purposes; has been GRDDL'd to some extent)

Affilitations

For affiliations, Dan has:

<div class="affiliation">
<em class="position">Research Scientist</em><br />
<b class="org">MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (<a rel="aff"
href="http://www.csail.mit.edu/">CSAIL</a>)</b>
</div>

Not sure what rel="aff" means. --RyanKing 17:17, 17 Jan 2006 (PST)

Contact

For contact info:

<div class="contact">
<span class='street'>200 Technology Square</span>
<span class='city'>Cambridge</span>, <span class='st'>MA</span>
<span class="zip">02139</span><br />
<code class='homePageAddr'>http://www.w3.org/People/Connolly/</code>
</div>


Education

<h2>Education</h2>

...followed by more affiliation div's (see above).

Under his education entry, he has a list of what appear to be honors/awards:

 <ul>
  <li>National Merit Scholar</li>
  <li>Natural Sciences <a
    href="http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/cline/dsbrochure.html">Dean's
    Scholar</a></li>
  <li><a href="http://www.arlut.utexas.edu/">Applied Research
    Laboratories</a> Scholarship</li>
</ul>


Publications

Publications section:

<h2>Selected Publications</h2>
<ul>
  <li>Berners-Lee, Connolly, Swick, <a href="/1999/04/WebData"><cite>Web
    Architecture: Describing and Exchanging Data</cite></a> (World Wide Web
    Consortium Note, 1999)</li>
  <li><dl>
      <dt>Connolly, <a
      href="http://helix.nature.com/webmatters/xml.html"><cite>The XML
      Revolution</cite></a> Nature's <a
      href="http://helix.nature.com/webmatters/">Web Matters</a>, Oct 1998<br
      />
      </dt>
    </dl>
  </li>
  ....

Not sure what's up with the dl's.

Dan also has a section on professional experience:

<div>
<h2>Professional Experience</h2>
<ul>
  <li>Domain Lead, W3C Architecture Domain, 1996-1998</li>
  ...

Also a section on 'Appearance and Awards'

<div>
<h2>Selected Appearances and Awards</h2>
<ul>
  <li><a
    href="http://www.zdnet.com/intweek/printhigh/120897/top25.html"><cite>The
    Top 25 Unsung Heroes Of The Net</cite></a> by <a
    href="http://www.zdnet.com/intweek/">Inter@ctive Week</a> 1997</li>
   ....

Mark Pilgrim

Contact

Mark uses an hCard to give contact info:

<div class="vcard">
<h1 class="fn">Mark Pilgrim</h1>
<address class="adr">
<span class="locality">Apex</span>, <span class="region">NC</span> <br />
<a class="email" href="pilgrim@gmail.com">pilgrim@gmail.com</a> <br />
<em>other contact information available upon request</em>
</address>
</div>

Status

Mark declares his current work/job seeking status:

<h2>Status</h2>
<p>seeking full-time employment in the Raleigh, NC area (telecommuting OK)</p>

Publications

A list of publications:

<h2>Publications</h2>
<ul>
<li><cite>Greasemonkey Hacks</cite> – 2005, O'Reilly Media.</li>
<li><cite>Dive Into Python</cite> – 2004, Apress.  Also available for free online at <samp><a href="http://diveintopython.org/">diveintopython.org</a></samp>.  The book was written in DocBook XML and transformed into HTML, PDF, Word, Windows Help, and plain text with XSL stylesheets.  It has been translated into six languages.</li>
<li>Columns on <cite>XML.com</cite> – 2002-2004, O'Reilly Media.  Full list at <samp><a href="http://xml.com/pub/at/25">xml.com/pub/at/25</a></samp></li>
</ul>


Projects/Publications

More publications and open source projects:

<h2>Open Source and<br />
Self-Publications</h2>
<ul>
<li><cite>Universal Feed Parser</cite> – <samp><a href="http://feedparser.org/">feedparser.org</a></samp> – parse RSS and Atom feeds in Python</li>
<li><cite>Feed Validator</cite> – <samp><a href="http://feedvalidator.org/">feedvalidator.org</a></samp> – validate RSS and Atom feeds</li>
<li><cite>Dive Into Greasemonkey</cite> – <samp><a href="http://diveintogreasemonkey.org/">diveintogreasemonkey.org</a></samp> – a book on remixing web sites with JavaScript</li>
<li><cite>Dive Into Accessibility</cite> – <samp><a href="http://diveintoaccessibility.org/">diveintoaccessibility.org</a></samp> – a book on web accessibility techniques</li>
<li>Python web services libraries – <samp><a href="http://diveintomark.org/projects/">diveintomark.org/projects</a></samp></li>
<li>Screencasts (video tutorials) – <samp><a href="http://howto.diveintomark.org/">howto.diveintomark.org</a></samp></li>
</ul>


Professional Experience

<h2>Professional Experience</h2>

<div class="employer">
<h3>March 2004 – present, accessibility architect at IBM</h3>
<ul>
<li>Implemented advanced web accessibility in AJAX applications using Firefox 1.5 and WindowEyes screenreader.  Co-wrote best practices guidelines for these techniques.</li>
<li>Wrote developer guidelines for creating accessible applications and custom graphical controls in SWT-based Eclipse applications.</li>
<li>Designed accessibility API for OpenOffice.org-based office suite.  Coordinated with Freedom Scientific (assistive technology vendor) and development team to ensure interoperability.</li>
</ul>
...

Several <div>'s of class="employer", each with timeframes and lists of accomplishments.


Education

<h2>Education</h2>
<h3>June 1995, Earlham College</h3>
<p>BA of philosophy, 3.8 GPA</p>

Eran Globen

http://hellonline.com/resume.html

Objective

<h2>Objective</h2>

<p>Pursuing a hands-on...

Summary

<h2>Summary</h2>

<p>Software engineer with
over 7 years experience in all...


Professional Experience

<h2>Professional Experience</h2>

<b>2001-Present: limbo Technologies</b><br>
<b>Chief Technology Officer</b>
<br>
<p>Provided services to several companies on various projects in several fields including  scaling  of web server farms, security planning  and auditing and
updating ASP based applications to ASP.NET technology.   </p>
...

Appears to be a list of:


Education/ Military

<h2>Education and Military Service</h2>

<b>Tel Aviv Univeristy  </b><br>
<b>Computer Science </b> <br>
<p>Graduated with Bachelor�s Degree (BSc.)    </p>

<b>Israeli Defense Force </b><br>

<b>Army Intelligence Core  </b><br>
<p>Honorable Discharge in 1996 for one full standard term of Isreali Military Service.  </p>
...


Interests

<h2>Related Knowledge and Interests</h2>

<p><b>Platforms: </b> Administrative knowledge of Window NT through
Server2003. Working knowledge of Linux 2.2.19 to current.  </p>

<p><b>Database:</b> MS-SQL Server 6.5-2k nearing DBA level, MS-Access, working knowledge of Oracle Database Systems.  </p>

<p><b>Languages: </b> VB, VBScript, Java, C, C++, C#, (T-)SQL, WML, XML, and Perl.  </p>

<p><b>Technologies: </b> ADO, ASP, ASP.NET, COM, WAP, Client/Server; Expansive knowledge
of networking, specifically TCP/IP, with a strong interest in systems and
network security  </p>

<p><b>Current Studies and Interests:  </b>
Expansive knowledge of networking, specifically
TCP/IP, with a strong interest in systems and network security. Also interested
in wireless, including cellular and Ethernet based internet technologies including
Location Based Services and Wireless Gaming.  </p>
...

A collection of interests grouped by category.


Tara Hunt

http://horsepigcow.com/tararesume.htm

Contact Info

(markup simplified to protect the guilty --RyanKing 15:38, 19 Jan 2006 (PST))

<div align="left">
        <p><font size="2" face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">762 Adelaide West, Toronto, 
          ON M6J 1B1<br>
          e. <a href="mailto:tara@roguestrategies.com">tara@roguestrategies.com</a> 
          w. <a href="http://www.roguestrategies.com" target="_blank">www.roguestrategies.com</a><br>
          c. 416-837-8972 h. 416-703-5391</font><font size="1" face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"><br>
    </font></p>
  
</div>

Summary

<td><font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2" color="#FFFFFF">We 
      live in the world of uber-savvy consumers and never-ceasing media inundation. 
      It is simple to have a market presence, but nearly impossible to make a 
      market connection. These connections are what today's entrepreneur requires 
      to survive. Creating authentic bonds is at the core of every one of my strategies. 
      This is marketing uncommon.</font></td>

Qualifications

<p><font ...>I AM QUALIFIED</font>
<font ...>I have experience in each of the following areas:</font></p>
...
      <ul ...>
        <li><font ...>e-Marketing (e-Content Development)<br></font> 
        <li><font ...>CMS (Content Management)</font> 
...


Education

<p><font ...><font ...>I AM EDUCATED</font><br>
  Bachelor of Arts (Communications & Culture) - University of Calgary 1994-1999</font></p>


Qualifications?/Experience

<p><font...>I AM VERSATILE<br></font>
 <font ...><b>Computer Programs:</b> 
  Microsoft CMS, Adobe Photoshop CS, Illustrator CS, Acrobat 6, Macromedia Flash 
  MX, Dreamweaver 4, Fireworks 4, HTML, DHTML, XML, Javascript, CSS, Microsoft 
  Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, FrontPage, Access, Project, CMS - Mac & 
  PC platforms.</font></p>
<p><font ...><b>Public Speaking Experience:</b> 
  Delivered academic papers, developed and presented a self-branding seminar, 
  and enjoy networking and speaking to groups of people.</font></p>
...


Portfolio

Designed recently:
...
   <li><font ...><a href="http://www.joestiff.com" target="_blank">www.joestiff.com</a><br>
...


Professional Experience

<p><font ...>I AM A PROFESSIONAL<br></font>
 <font ...><b>HR PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO 2003 </b>- current<br>
  New Media Manager (www.hrpao.org)</font></p>
<p><font ...>SKILLS USED: New media management, 
  digital marketing, brand development, strategic planning, budgeting, project 
  management, customer relationship management, market research, trend analysis, 
  copywriting/editing, presentation development & delivery, web design</font></p>
<p><font ...>At HRPAO, I: </font>
<ul type="square">
  <li><font ...>pilot and manage a major 
    Content Management System (CMS) changeover/upgrade<br>
    </font>
...
</ul>

Affiliations

<p><font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><b>CURRENT PROFESSIONAL 
  AFFILIATIONS</b><br>
  Canadian Marketing Association (CMA)<br>
  Second Wind Network<br>
  Creative Class 100 - www.creativeclass.org</font></p>


publications

<p><font ....><b>RECENTLY PUBLISHED </b></font> <br>
 <font ....><i>Business in the Blogosphere: Conference & Corporate Blogging as a Marketing Tool</i><br>
        Marketing Watchdog Journal, May 2005</font> 

Brian Suda

http://suda.co.uk/cv/

Experiments in microformatting

Aggregate Analysis

To be filled in from the above examples, experience, and discussions.

See Also

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