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Short Description
Easy way to host your resume from markdown to a website.
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Easy way to host your resume on a website.


  1. Write your resume in markdown format matching the style of the
  2. put your file in a ~/volume/ folder exposed to the docker
  3. Get a google analytics ID (completely optional)

Run the server

  1. Run with defaults: (localhost, readable template,
    docker run -d -p 80:80 trmitchell7/
  2. Test it at http://localhost:80
  3. Run on your site: (don't put www in the NGINX_DOMAIN)
    docker run -d -p 80:80 \
     -v /local/path/for/resume:/volume \
     -e \
     -e TEMPLATE=readable \
     --name=resume_site trmitchell7/


Environmental variables:

  • $TEMPLATE (this can be: modern, blockish, unstyled, readable, swissen)
  • $NGINX_DOMAIN (the name of your site, i.e. or - you can give it a specific location)
  • $ANALYTICS (Your google analytics ID, allowing you to easily count views)

Deploying to your own website

  1. We'll use Triton since it's convenient and cheaper than AWS
  2. Go to Triton
  3. Create new container host
    • size: I chose the smallest available for this, it's cheaper that way ;)
    • image: trmitchell7/
    • PORTS: 80 (otherwise all ports are open)
    • VOLUMES:
      • (dropbox is really easy here, just change the dl=0 to dl=1)
    • ENV:
      • (you can set it to an arbitrary location)
      • (This is only if you set an ID up)
    • NETWORK: bridge
  4. Click Start and it'll take a minute then you're all set!
    • Just update your DNS with the public IP that Joyent assigns. :)
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