I was shocked when I started this exercise that I hadn't built a resume since about 2001. Readers will be less surprised to learn that I haven't been actively maintaining one on the off-chance. Recently I've been discovering just how hard it is to start from scratch, especially when you have such an appalling memory.
Now that it's easy to update, I can keep the CV up to date with a minimum of effort. And I can easily capture additional content that I hadn't done in the past, like links to blog posts made by people who wrote about my presentations. (Check out some of the "feedback" links on recent speaking engagements.) Going forward, I'm going to try to upload audio and/or slides when I can -- it's a shame I don't have some of my older presentations, and this will make responding to the occasional requests for slides much easier.
Rich's choice of PmWiki was a good one. It's easy to install, has a nice mix of features, and is pretty flexible (check out the Cookbook for some hints). Luckily for me Rick was also happy to share which theme he'd used and so on. tips about how to set up PmWiki like he'd done.
- So, without further ado, my resume.
It's a good deal longer than a paper resume. However it contains a fair amount of detail and is built in sections so you can zoom in on any particular section of interest. All suggestions for improvement warmly welcomed. As are offers of work!