Launching your Website and Resume/CV 🏠

Getting used to the web programming and summarizing your work by making your website and CV.

Back to the Data Engineering Course - 2023 Spring (AI5308/AI4005)

Getting used to Web & Github by hosting your personal page

Having a personal page is extremely important. It will help you to increase your visibility and smoothen your future career-building process. There are lots of ways to build your own page. I recommend you to have a GitHub page, and link your one-page resume/CV and project prototypes there. There are a lot of great templates you can refer to. If you already have your personal page, then consider updating it periodically when you have a new accomplishment. If you already have your website, you don’t have to make a new one, but consider upload your up-to-date information. After launching your website, please fill in the form by March 17 23:59 (KST).

Widely used templates

Personal page examples:

If you will use github-based template such as Al-folio or Academic page template, see how-to-build website video for troubleshooting bugs while hosting your website. You can also get your own domain if you want, see 도메인이란? 웹사이트에 나만의 도메인 등록하는 방법 (조코딩 유투브).

Make your first resume/CV with overleaf

A resume is a document that outlines your educational and professional background and experience. It is typically used when applying for a job or other professional opportunities, such as internships or graduate programs. A standard resume includes your name and contact information, a summary or objective statement that outlines your career goals, a list of your education and professional experience, and any relevant skills or qualifications you have. You may also include a section for references or professional certifications. The layout and content of your resume will depend on your career goals and the specific requirements of the job or opportunity you are applying for. It is important to tailor your resume to the specific position or industry you are interested in, highlighting the skills and experience that are most relevant and demonstrating your value as a candidate. If you already have your CV, you don’t have to make a new one, but consider reformatting it using visually appealing templates and upload your up-to-date information. After making your resume/CV, please include it on your website or make a stand-alone sharable link and fill in the form by March 17 23:59 (KST).


Please refer to the below blog post when writing your resume/CV.

Concise resume/CV examples:

Grading (7 points)

  • You have your working website (4 points)
    • with your CV (3 points)
  • You don’t have your working website, but you submitted your sharable link of your resume/CV in PDF format (3 points)
  • Any late submission before March 24, 23:59 (KST) (1 points)
  • No submission (0 points)