A PDF of my current resume  can be found below.

In addition you can find a GPG signature of my resume which can be used to verify its integrity. 

Assuming that gpg is installed, my public key can be imported from MIT's Key server and then used to verify the document by running

$ gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys '5D2D0B3B4028C56EEC3FC006EBF1FE6D448F9F32'
$ gpg --verify W.Cannon.Matthews.III.Resume.gpg.sig W.Cannon.Matthews.III.Resume.pdf


You will likely see a warning that my key is not certified with a trusted signature. If you wish to verify it yourself, I can confirm its fingerprint via some other communication method. See here for more info.

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Cannon Matthews,
Aug 17, 2015, 8:52 PM
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W.Cannon.Matthews.III.Resume.2015-08-17.sig
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Cannon Matthews,
Aug 17, 2015, 8:52 PM