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Markdown résumé with HTML and PDF output
resume.pdf: resume.tex
pdflatex resume.tex
resume.tex: resume.pre.tex
pandoc \
-V title='' -V linkcolor=blue -V documentclass=res \
-s -B resume.pre.tex -A -o resume.tex
-rm *.log resume.pdf resume.tex
% RESUME DOCUMENT STYLE -- Released 23 Nov 1989
% for LaTeX version 2.09
% Copyright (C) 1988,1989 by Michael DeCorte
\typeout{Document Style `res' <26 Sep 89>.}
% res.sty
% \documentstyle{res}
% Copyright (c) 1988 by Michael DeCorte
% Permission to copy all or part of this work is granted, provided
% that the copies are not made or distributed for resale, and that
% the copyright notice and this notice are retained.
% If you make any improvements, I'd like to hear about them.
% Michael DeCorte
% P.O. Box 652
% Potsdam NY 13676
% mrd@clutx.bitnet
% Changes for LaTeX2e -- Venkat Krishnamurthy (Aug 7, 2001)
% You can have multiple style options the legal options ones are:
% centered the name and address are centered at the top of the
% page (default)
% line the name is the left with a horizontal line then
% the address to the right
% overlapped the section titles overlap the body text (default)
% margin the section titles are to the left of the body text
% 11pt use 11 point fonts instead of 10 point fonts
% 12pt use 12 point fonts instead of 10 point fonts
% Commands
% \Resume prints the word resume but typeset nicely
% \newsectionwidth{dimen}
% defines the amount of space the labels extend
% into the left margin.
% DO NOT TRY to change any of the dimensions
% yourself. You will probably confuse the style file.
% \name{text} defines your name
% \address{text}
% defines your address
% this can be called twice if you have two addresses
% use \\'s to indicate where either line breaks or
% comas should go
% \opening this prints your name and address at that spot
% this is not normally needed, as \begin{resume}
% does this but is provided just in case you need
% to do something odd
% \begin{resume} ... \end{resume}
% all of the resume should go inside of this
% environment
% \section{text}
% This prints 'text' in the left hand margin.
% Its exact placement depends on what the style
% options has been set to. (overlapped or margin)
% You should use \\ to start a new line. If the
% style option is margin, the \\ is converted
% to a space.
% To use this in any of the list environments, put
% the \section after the \item[] but before the
% text.
% Eg.
% \begin{itemize}
% \item\section{text}
% text
% \end{itemize}
% \begin{ncolumn}{n} ... \end{ncolumn}
% creates a tabular environment with n equally
% spaced columns. Separate columns by & and
% end them with \\
% \begin{position} ... \end{position}
% this is used to print a job description. There should
% be only one job description in it. Information
% related to the job (such as title, dates...) will
% be printed.
% \begin{format} ... \end{format}
% used to change the default format for the position
% environment. Within it the recognized commands are:
% \title{option}
% \employer{option}
% \location{option}
% \dates{option}
% \body
% \\
% where option is one of l,r,c standing for left, right, center.
% The format will eventually be used to make several
% tabular environments and you are defining the number of columns
% and the placement of text within the columns of the tabulars.
% Each row is terminated by a \\. Any number of options can
% be on a line, they will each be set in their own columns.
% Any of the options except \body may be left out.
% Eg.
% \begin{format}
% \title{l}\employer{r}\\
% \dates{r}\\
% \body\\
% \location{l}\\
% \end{format}
% In this example the title and employer information
% are set in 2 columns left justified and right justified
% respectively. Then the date is set right justified.
% Then the body is set. Then the location is set left
% justified.
% \employer{text}
% \title{text}
% \dates{text}
% \location{text}
% declare text for the next invocation of the position
% environment
% Glue
% sectionskip the amount of horizontal before a section
% Dimensions
% sectionwidth the amount that the section titles go in the
% left margin
% resumewidth the width of the total resume from the left
% margin to the right. Don't use textwidth
% Definitions
% sectionfont the font used to print section titles
% use \renewcommand to change it
% namefont the font used to print your name
% use \renewcommand to change it
% add lm,rm options to format style to allow things to be placed
% in the left or right margin respectivly
% add capability so that \body doesn't have to be proceeded (followed)
% by a \\ allowing part of the description (eg. location) to be the
% first (last) thing of the body
% clean up the list building procedures
% write docs to tell people how to use this
\ProvidesClass{res}[2000/05/19 v1.4b Resume class]
\nofiles % resume's don't need .aux files
\newtoks\tabular@text % holds the current list being processed
\newtoks\tabular@head % holds the head tabular list
\newtoks\tabular@tail % holds the tail tabular list
\newtoks\@ta % used by \@append
% prints a centered name with the address centered
% or the two address on opposite sides of the page
% print the name centered
\leavevmode\hbox to \textwidth{\hfil\@tablebox{\namefont\@name}\hfil}\par
% do nothing
% only one address
\leavevmode\hbox to \textwidth{\hfil\@tablebox{\@addressone}\hfil}\par
% two addresses
\leavevmode\hbox to \textwidth{\@tablebox{\@addressone}\hfil
% this is used to print the name and address at the top of
% the page with a hline in between
\def\\{, }
\vskip 2pt
\vskip 2pt
% where do you live?
% do nothing
\leavevmode\hbox to \textwidth
% There are two types of headings:
% 1) one with the name centered and the address centered or
% in the left and right side if there are two address
% 2) one where the name is in the upper left corner
% the a line accross the paper
% then the address all on one line in the right corner
% the second address will be directly below the first if defined
% Use this to set the sectionwidth.
% It adjust the width of the text as well as the hoffset
% You probably shouldn't touch any of the size paramaters
% unless you really understand all of this but it is not
% hard. Either way, it can only be executed once
\sectionskip=3.5ex plus 1ex minus -.2ex % values stolen from LaTeX
% This is for sectiontitles that are entirely in the left margin.
% multiline sectiontitles are permited and will be broken by
% \TeX{} to fit into a box \verb|\sectionwidth| wide. It is advised
% that \verb|\\| be used to break the lines by hand as \TeX{} will
% probably not do what you want.
% When using this with {\tt tabbing} and {\tt list} (or anything
% that is made out of {\tt list}) put the \section's inside of
% the \verb|\begin{}| and the \verb|\item|Eg.
% \begin{verbatim}
% \begin{trivlist}
% \item[]
% \section{foo}
% text
% \end{trivlist}
% \end{verbatim}
% this macro may be called in a tabular. Special code must be written
% to accomodate this. In LaTeX, a tabular is made out of hboxes.
% TeX never goes into horizontal mode because of this; it only
% gets into vertical mode and restricted horizontal mode. Certain
% indenting problems must be handled because of this. They
% are delt with at the end of this routine.
% It is also necessary to close the hbox that was created before
% the \section and create a new one when this macro has ended.
% This macro therefore simulates a \kill, so that any text before
% the \section not be printed. The proper use is therefore
% ...
% text\\
% \section{foo}
% more text\\
% ...
\ifx\\\@tabcr % is this in a tabular? (this *should* work but is a cludge)
\@stopfield % the is the first part of a \kill
\@@par % This will end the previous paragraph if needed and
% go into vertical mode. If this was already in
% vertical mode then the \par does nothing.
\addpenalty{\@secpenalty} % this would be a good place for a page break
% \@secpenalty is what LaTeX uses before its
% section's. It happens to be -300
\addvspace{\sectionskip} % put in a bit of glue
% The following hbox will be contributed to the page list without going
% into horizontal mode. Therefore, any \parindent's, \parshape's, \leftskip
% will be ignored but \hoffset's are not. The result is that the box will
% only by \hoffset. This is what I want
\hbox to 0pt{%
\hss % this is an llap. In other words, this glue
% will shrink by the width of the stuff in the vbox
% (\sectionwidth) into the left margin and then
% insert the contents of the vbox.
\vtop to 0pt{% make a 0pt height paragraph, with the baseline at the
% lined up with the baseline of the first box in the list
\raggedright % you don't want this filled out to the right margin
#1\vss % Go into horizontal mode; do the paragraph;
% go into vertical mode; add some negative glue
% to give a box of 0pt height and depth
\addpenalty{-\@secpenalty} % this would be a bad place for a page break
\vskip-\baselineskip % when the next box is processed, baselineskip glue
% glue will be added (the box has no depth because of
% the \vss; therefore, we don't have to worry about
% \lineskiplimit). This -\baselineskip glue
% is to undo this. \nointerlineskip doesn't
% work because the baseline of this line would be lined
% up with the top of the top of the next box. We
% want the baselines lined up.
% It may have been possible to do this by forcing the
% baseline of this box to be the top of the box but
% then the interline skip between this box and the
% previous box would be off as the baselines of the
% this box (the one that being made above) and the
% previous line would be separated by \baselineskip
% (probably, it may be separted by the depth of the
% previous box + \lineskip) but as the baseline of
% this box has been moved to the top, the box's would
% separted by to much glue. The exact amount being
% the height of this box.
\ifx\\\@tabcr % is this in a tabular? (this *should* work but is a cludge)
% this is the second part of the \kill; it starts the next tabbing line
% Because this routine will never get into paragraph mode when used in
% tabbing the \parskip that is discussed below will never be inserted.
% Therefore it should not be negated as done below.
\vskip-\parskip % The next thing to be contributed will be a paragraph.
% Right before being contributed though a \vskip\parskip
% will be inserted. This is to negate it.
% I do consider this to be a bit of a cludge but
% I can not find a way to write \unskipfutureskip
% or a way to make TeX think that nothing has
% been contributed to the page list.
% This is for sectiontitles that are entirely above the section text
\ifx\\\@tabcr % see boxed@sectiontitle for explation
\def\\{ }
\hbox to 0pt{\hss\hbox to \sectionwidth{\sectionfont#1\hss}}
\addpenalty{-\@secpenalty} % this would be a bad place for a page break
\ifx\\\@tabcr % see boxed@sectiontitle for explation
% There are two types of section headings:
% 1) the section heading is all on one line and directly
% below it, is the body of the text
% 2) the section heading is entirely in the left margin
% (possibly taking multiple lines) with the body of
% the text next to it
% DEFAULTS: (some of them)
% centered name
% overlapped section titles
% format is:
% title employer
% location dates
% body
% with everything in the left of its column
%\input article.sty
% typeset resume all nice and pretty
% makes a line of width \textwidth starting at -\hoffset
\def\fullline{ % hrules only listen to \hoffset
\nointerlineskip % so I have this code
\moveleft\hoffset\vbox{\hrule width\textwidth}
% create a multiline box.
% use this to define your name
% use this to define your address, this may be called more than once.
% if you want to print your name and address is a slightly
% different format than sugessted, then this can be used
% to place it exactly where you want
\leftskip=-\hoffset % I use leftskip to move things to the left as
\advance\textwidth\hoffset % changing hoffset doesn't work. But this
\hsize=\textwidth % doesn't really work as hboxes are rules
% are unaffeted
% all of the resume goes in the resume environment
% gives you a tabular environment with n equally spaced columns
% \begin{ncolumn}{#} ... \end{ncolumn}
% The p option of LaTeX is broken in all but the newest verion
% of latex.tex, this is how to fix it
\newdimen\@columnwidth % the width of each column equal to
% \@columnwidth = \textwidth / #1
\@columnwidth=\textwidth \divide\@columnwidth by #1
% \employer{text} defines employer to be text
% \location{text} defines location to be text
% \dates{text} defines dates to be text
% \title{text} defines title to be text
% \body
% \@format{name}{justify}
% will define \print@#1 to print it's one argument
% justified according to #2 which can be
% l = left
% r = right
% c = center
% eg.
% \@format{employer}{c}
% is the same as \def\print@employer#1{{\centering #1\par}}
\expandafter\gdef\csname print@#1\endcsname##1{%
% this is used to define how the position environment should
% formated.
% \begin{format} positioning text \end{format}
% where positioning text may be
% \employer{pos}
% \location{pos}
% \dates{pos}
% \title{pos}
% \body (for the body of the position environment)
% where pos is
% l for left
% r for right
% c for center
% use \\ to break the line
% you don't have to use all of the options.
% on any one line, you should indicate what you want on that line
% and where it should go within its column.
% eg.
% the following prints the employer in the left with the location
% centered within that its column. It then prints the date on the
% right. Then it prints the body of the position environment. Then
% it prints the title centered within its column; as there is only
% one column here it is really just centered.
% \begin{format}
% \employer{l}\location{c}\\
% \dates{r}\\
% \body\\
% \title{c}\\
% \end{format}
\c@numberofcolumns 0}
\c@numberofcolumns 0}
\c@numberofcolumns 0
\def\employer##1{\advance\c@numberofcolumns 1
\def\location##1{\advance\c@numberofcolumns 1
\def\dates##1{\advance\c@numberofcolumns 1
\def\title##1{\advance\c@numberofcolumns 1
%taken from page 378 of TeXbook but freely hacked
% appends the expansion of #1 to the token list #2
% texhax.88.078
% is used to see if two token lists are equal
% there must be a better way
\let \then = \empty
\def \iftoks #1#2\then #3\else #4\skotfi{
\edef \1{\the #1}
\edef \2{\the #2}
\ifx \1\2\then #3\else #4\fi}
% \append@tabular@text{command}
% appends command to the end of \tabular@text.
% NOTE: command MUST be a command but without the \
% Eg. \append@tabular@text{relax}
% used to define \tabular@text for the tabular environment
% used by append@tabular@head and append@tabular@tail
\global\tabular@text=\expandafter{\csname @#1\endcsname}
\@append{\csname @#1\endcsname}\to\tabular@text
% append@tabular@head
% appends command to the end of \tabular@text@head
% NOTE: command MUST be a command but without the \
% Eg. \append@tabular@head{relax}
% used to define \tabular@head for the tabular environment
% used by the position environment
% append@tabular@tail
% appends command to the end of \tabular@text@htail
% NOTE: command MUST be a command but without the \
% Eg. \append@tabular@tail{relax}
% used to define \tabular@tail for the tabular environment
% used by the position environment
% put the actual job descriptions here
% \begin{postion} ... \end{position}
% in the ... describe the position.
% don't put the \dates \location etc in here. define them before hand
% \addpenalty{-\@secpenalty}% bad place for a page break
\penalty -\@secpenalty % bad place for a page break
\penalty 10000
% \addpenalty{\@secpenalty}% good place for a page break
\penalty \@secpenalty % good place for a page break
% DEFAULTS: (the rest of them)
% centered name
% overlapped section titles
% format is:
% title employer
% location dates
% body
% with everything in the left of its column
\@secpenalty = -500
\topmargin 0pt
\headheight 0pt
\headsep 0pt
\textheight 9in
\parindent 0pt
\topmargin 0in
\oddsidemargin 0pt
\evensidemargin 0pt
\marginparwidth 0pt
\parindent 0pt
\parskip \baselineskip
\topsep 0pt
\parskip 0pt
\partopsep 2pt plus 2pt
\parsep 2pt plus 2pt
\itemsep \parsep}
\pagestyle{empty} % don't want page numbers
title layout

Software Engineer

Google Fiber
November 2014 -- February 2017, New York City

  • Lead engineering of Fiber-managed WiFi guest networks for apartment buildings and small businesses. Adapted autoprovisioning software to go from idea to pilot in three months. Handled communication with product management, sales, and property managers in the pilot deployment.

  • Develop autoprovisioning software that allows newly powered up TV boxes to learn their own WiFi configuration and start playing TV immediately.

  • Secure autoprovisioning and guest networks so customers can use them safely, with minijail to contain server processes and tc to let roaming TV boxes drop unsolicited traffic cheaply.

  • Adapt the isostream network measurement tool to simulate high-definition wireless TV streams. Deployed this simulation to Fiber TV subscribers, found sufficient bandwidth for wireless TV and critical WiFi driver bugs. After fixes shipped, used simulation to verify them in the field.

  • Run an ongoing dogfood for the Google Fiber wifi router in 20% time. Set up 300 tech and business Googlers with routers, moderated a mailing list to stay in touch with them, and investigated and resolved issues that came up. Automated orders so I could do this part time; without automation running a dogfood this size is a full-time job.

20% projects, July 2014 -- November 2014

  • Extend our in-house logs processing utility Turbogrinder (similar in spirit to Stackdriver logs-based metrics, but simple enough for one engineer to build and run) to read logs published to our QA server. This let us test it more quickly, and without using sensitive data access.

  • Build distribution support for Turbogrinder, allowing it to summarize time series information including device temperature and ping round-trip times from devices in the field.

Technical Solutions Engineer

Google Cloud Search
July 2013 -- November 2014, New York City

  • Remotely diagnose and repair malfunctioning Google Search Appliances.

  • Write customer-deployable support scripts to troubleshoot Appliances in embedded applications where no network access is available.

  • Develop a customer-deployable configuration profile to quiet fan operation on Search Appliances, resolving several dozen escalated cases that had been previously thought infeasible. This was one of the biggest issues at the time; I got two peer bonuses and a spot bonus for this work.

  • Automate support for customers with common problems by extending our team's support AI to handle Search Appliance cases.

  • Work with external partners and vendors to ensure successful deployments at large government and commercial customers.


Booz Allen Hamilton
June 2008 -- July 2013, McLean, VA

  • Developed custom mapping software in Python to ingest and visualize months of NAIS vessel movement data for a US Government client. Reduced the time it takes to go from raw input to finished maps from a week to a day.

  • Built a LiDAR data warehouse for a US Government client. Developed a Python Web application using Django, C++ data processing utilities, Celery to schedule runs of these utilities, and an Oracle Spatial backend to store raw and processed data.

  • Worked with developers of open source utilities (points2grid, libLAS, PDAL, MapServer, GDAL) used in the data warehouse, and contributed patches upstream.

  • Rapidly prototyped Asset Management web applications. Generated project overview presentations automatically from the database using the ReportLab Toolkit. Visualized financial data using D3.js.


USPS OIG, June 2007 -- August 2007, Arlington, VA

Computer Sciences Corporation, June 2006 -- August 2006, Chantilly, VA

USPS IT, June 2005 -- August 2005, Washington, DC


M.S., Computer Science, George Washington University, 2013

B.S., Computer Science, College of William and Mary, magna cum laude, 2008

\name{Will Angley}
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