NAME

Acme::Resume - Write a human-readable resume in Perl

Requires Perl 5.14+ Travis status coverage 86.4%

VERSION

Version 0.0102, released 2016-01-27.

SYNOPSIS

    use Acme::Resume;

    resume ExAmple {

        name 'Ex Ample';

        email 'ex@example.com';

        address ['Suburbia lane 1200', 'Townsville', 'USA'];

        phone '+1 (555) 123 4321';

        education { ... }

        education { ... }

        job { ... }

        job { ... }
    }

    1;

DESCRIPTION

Acme::Resume is a framework for writing human-readable, computer-executable, object-oriented résumés in Perl.

Acme::Resume is a wrapper around Moops that imports Acme::Resume::Moose, which adds all the methods. It also adds the Acme::Resume::MoopsParserTrait which includes the resume keyword (just an alias for a standard Moops class) and adds special handling of the package name:

If the package doesn't contain ::, as in the synopsis, the package name will have Acme::Resume::For:: automatically prepended.

METHODS

name

Your full name.

email

Your email address.

phone

Your phone number.

address

An array reference of address parts.

education

Can be used multiple times. Adds an Acme::Resume::Types::Education to the list of educations.

job

Can be used multiple times. Adds a Acme::Resume::Types::Job to the list of jobs.

USAGE

One way to read a résumé (apart from reading the source) is with one-liners:

    $ perl -MAcme::Resume::For::ExAmple -E 'say Acme::Resume::For::ExAmple->new->get_job(-1)->started->year'

The Acme::Resume::Output::ToPlain role (used by default) adds a to_plain method:

    $ perl -MAcme::Resume::For::Tester -E 'say Acme::Resume::For::Tester->new->to_plain'

TODO

More documentation and a complete example.

SOURCE

https://github.com/Csson/p5-Acme-Resume

HOMEPAGE

https://metacpan.org/release/Acme-Resume

AUTHOR

Erik Carlsson <info@code301.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2016 by Erik Carlsson.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.