I was editing my LinkedIn profile. I’ve it in 2 languages: English (main) and Italian (secondary) but every time I edit a section in any language they keep overwriting themselves.
So, after the last couple of weeks I had to take a deep breath, a project I was really believing in was killed so… Continue reading
I’m working in the IT since 15 years, I’ve been entrepreneur and CTO and freelance, I’ve seen a lot of good and bad decisions in these years, this is probably the worst ever, take a seat and enjoy the ride. Continue reading
As a freelance developer I use my résumé almost daily, it’s my main tool to get new jobs. I also have other websites, like:
- a personal “commercial website”, which is more or less just my CV plus a few other things
- a tech blog
- some websites for some of my personal/open source/commercial projects
Obviously I have a LinkedIn profile, which is also a very important tool for my job. Continue reading
A few weeks ago I was working on my Italian professional website and I wanted to use my LinkedIn profile as the website’s home page, I tried some of the existing WordPress LinkedIn plugins but none of them was working (they use a bunch of complex regex that are really easy to break, if LinkedIn changes its pages a little bit all of them won’t work, and that was the case) so I started to write my own LinkedIn resume plugin.
I used a different approach using DOM parsing and I think that will be absolutely bulletproof :)
It also outputs raw parts of LinkedIn HTML so it’s much easier to style and we’re sure that it will include every future feature LinkedIn may add (also without my intervention), I think that’s a great plus.
Release 1.3 it’s available right now and the plugin (available under GPL license) is right there for you to download and use for free.
Check it out!