iCurriculum
iCurriculum
0.6

2.4

iCurriculum free download for Mac

iCurriculum0.6

31 October 2005

Create a curriculum vitae.

Overview

iCurriculum is the beta version of a tool to help you produce a résumé. You can keep your information in one place, update when needed and choose a variety of templates to print. Keep in mind that it is beta. Many features will be added in the next releases.

What's new in iCurriculum

Version 0.6: Some printing bugs corrected

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15 Reviews of iCurriculum

Anonymous
11 May 2005
Version: 0.1 beta

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Started using this, the demo was very brief, didn't get to see much. My main problem was that it's very US centric. I couldn't put in 3 letters into the state field and my date of birth kept beeping at me. We use dd/mm/yyyy in Australia. Hard to make any more comments because of very limited demo.
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Chris-Pilson
16 June 2009
Version: 0.6
This package is dead, I see. Shame, too, as it would fill a nice void. It's not that difficult, really: database to keep items in, XML/XSLT to render the entries to whatever form you wanted, PDF output to vomit out a finished CV. Given the comments of the developer and the age of the last update/comments, I think I'll just keep my word processor CV document open for now. :(
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3.5
Anonymous
07 June 2005
Version: 0.5
Overall the program works well, but one cannot see what a CV will look like before printing it. This is a silly, stupid oversight.
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Neto
16 May 2005
Version: 0.3 beta
Oh please. Of course not. If you register, you will print with no watermark.
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Anonymous
16 May 2005
Version: 0.3 beta
"As stated before, next version will allow printing (even to unregistered users) with a watermark." So if you pay the $5, and you print it out, you're still left with a watermark?
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Neto
12 May 2005
Version: 0.2 beta
As stated before, next version will allow printing (even to unregistered users) with a watermark. Remember, this is just beta 0.2 Thank you for your feedback
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Anonymous
12 May 2005
Version: 0.2 beta
Silly application. You can't even see the end product before printing and you can't print from the demo version--so, you can't see what any of the CV's will look like.
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Neto
12 May 2005
Version: 0.2 beta
Jonathan, The application does not use a US format for address. Your second point, the watermark, is a good suggestion. I'll implement it in the next version.
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Anonymous
12 May 2005
Version: 0.2 beta
Firstly, it doesn't account for differing layouts of information in different countries other than US so it's useless outside the United States - if I give someone my CV with my address in US format they're going to think I'm an idiot. if you're going to have a drop down list of countries it would probably be wise to ensure the program can actually produce output that is recognised as appropriate in those countries. Secondly, no way would I register a piece of software that's designed to produce a document without being able to see at least a sample of the document output that piece of software generates. The very idea that this thing quits before it prints a document is frankly strange. The whole point is to produce the document but since you can't see that, how are you supposed to evaluate it? Let someone print out one copy with a big 'sample' watermark on it or something but as it stands I can't see why anyone would register this since they simply can't see what they're buying.
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Anonymous
12 May 2005
Version: 0.2 beta
This may or may not be a fine application but asking to register/pay for a 0.x beta, when nobody can actually see if it does the job or not? IMHO this won't bring you many positive comments... And it's not about the amount required. It's more about the fact that I would luckily pay more than the requested amount if I was sure thi thing does what I need. But to pay _any_ money just to be able to check??
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Anonymous
12 May 2005
Version: 0.2 beta
There some bugs with the "proffessional" button; it quits. And I can't print or preview. The limitation is way way too short. But as far as I tryed it, I like it. Keep cleaning the dust.
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Anonymous
12 May 2005
Version: 0.2 beta
Since the developer seems to actually be reading these comments and taking note, here are some suggestions for turning this into a first-rate app people will pay money for. The interface needs some serious work. First of all, you're not remotely conforming to the Apple HIG -- and no, your choice of development environment is no excuse. Use a real toolbar, and don't waste so much space in your layout, and you'll be at least halfway there. Secondly, you don't have an editing metaphor. By that I mean that your interface basically consists of a series of text fields, and there's no easy way for the user to see what their CV will actually look like in the end -- much less interactively. It doesn't appear that your "résumé" box supports styled text, but even if it did, no one would dare use it because they'd have no idea what it would do to the layout of the CV as a whole. I realize that templates are much harder to support if you have to take into account things like this, but you really ought to consider a WYSIWYG approach and see where that takes you.
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Neto
12 May 2005
Version: 0.2 beta
You can easily download templates for whatever possible use of Word you have. But this software is in beta stage. The intention is to develop a full featured toll that will print reports, send by mail, export in xml format and so on. Note this is only beta 0.2. Many features will be added soon. About the current informations: no IT DOES NOT contravene any law. It wasn't made focusing Austrlia or US, so, I'll always try to add as many questions as possible. It may contravene some companies politics, but in the next versions it will be possible to "turn off" each field. If you think US$ 5 is too expensive to help developing this application, do this: don't buy it. Thank you for your review.
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1.75
Anonymous
12 May 2005
Version: 0.2 beta
Number of kids? Clubs? Hobbies? Marital status? Age? The last one contavenes Australian and possibly US Discrimination legislation. The others are irrlevant. Why not simply set up a template in PAGES or Word. There are such templates easily available and are only about 32k in size. Try Google with 'pages templates'. Nearly 31 million hits. This is very well meaning rubbish! Not worth the price, particularly in its first iteration - 0.2.
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Neto
12 May 2005
Version: 0.1 beta
I'll update the date field to allow the format you want. Please note that only Print and Professional sections are blocked before you buy. Thank you for the feedback Spoon Software
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Anonymous
11 May 2005
Version: 0.1 beta
Started using this, the demo was very brief, didn't get to see much. My main problem was that it's very US centric. I couldn't put in 3 letters into the state field and my date of birth kept beeping at me. We use dd/mm/yyyy in Australia. Hard to make any more comments because of very limited demo.
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