The response has surpassed my expectations. I've got a lot of very good and encouraging comments from people all around the globe. I've also got some mails from recruiters and potential employers, but this time without any result (not having US/EU work permit is a huge obstacle). Two weeks in a row LinkedIn had been indicating me as top influencing person in the group. The CV was also published as Creative CV #19 on www.globalrecruitingroundtable.com.
While it was almost a joke, I think the idea has some reason behind it. A random resume looks like typical poorly designed BI report -- too much text, small font, and sometimes, too much formatting. At the same time, every recruiter needs only some key facts and figures from a resume in order to make a decision -- whether to continue with it or throw it into waste basket. Clean and accurate visualization of these key facts and figures could make their life easier.
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