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Salesforce Dashboard Infographics Resume Version 2

Remember the infographics resume that was created long back? This is the version two of the same with many added sections and detail explanation of how to create one at the bottom.


This resume is truly cloud made and all the tools that are used are based on cloud. The way this resume was created is:

1. All the graphs and charts are real. Created an App called 'Resume Builder' on Force.com. The resume builder app has got all the data sources like Publication, Work Experience, Academic score etc.
2. The About me section is generation using wordle.net a cloud tool to generate word cloud. It is pushed on the resume using visualforce component.
3. Small editing is done to insert the header and footer and my name but keeping the dashboard format. Image editing is done using Pixlr.com, a free photoshop on the cloud (now taken over by Autodesk)

If anyone wants to use the App to build such resume, feel free to get in touch. Ill deploy the package for you.

Cheerio,
Siddhesh

P.s. Long weekend for Diwali.... whuuu huu!!!!

Update/Edit: Now you can make your resume similar to this. Install the Resume app from appexchange and play with it

Comments

  1. Hi Siddesh,
    pls send me this pkg, I will try in my dev org.

    pavanforce6@gmail.com

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  2. Hello siddesh, this is sravan trying your idea to build my resume, but unable to complete it so perfectly like you, if you don't mind post me your package to identity1987@gmail.com

    thanks a ton in advance.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hi Siddesh,
    pls send me this pkg, I will try in my dev org.

    iamabhisek87@gmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  4. Hi Guys, the package is available on the link. Try it out.

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