This template is for a science textbook. The license is Creative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal.
The template originated from the author's search for a professional textbook style with the same level of quality as the most "elegant" looking books in his own library of math and computer science books.
This search ended when the author realized that the default latex book style produces the same style he was looking for. That style is exemplified by the classic computer science textbook "Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools", also known as "The Dragon Book".
The goal of this template is provide a minimal working example of a large textbook in the default style so you can see, for example, what a Table of Contents or an Index spanning multiple pages will look like. Please view the compiled PDF.
This is a simple resume theme I made for quick and easy submission to most job sites. It incorporates simple, clean lines drawn only with text characters to make it compatible with all PDF readers and it is designed to be easily scrapable by ATS programs. It uses only the CM Bright font and >tabularx, so it is easily modifiable with clearly defined sections for drawing separators.
This article (17 pages) was written to accompany an Overleaf help item. It explores the meaning of underfull or overfull boxes and examines the calculation of badness using an \hbox with finite and infinite glues. We have tried to provide a range of examples to demonstrate various aspects of TeX engines’ box-construction behaviour and the underfull or overfull “diagnostic messages” issued by TeX engines during the box-creation process.