Recently, I have been editing my CV, which is typeset with XeLaTeX. I realize that besides those trite TeX advantages, such as being neat and clean (and the TeX symbolic font of course), I am not displaying any TeX "guruness". My CV looks just the same as some others', who just picked up TeX yesterday and create their CV today!
So I am thinking, what are the ways of showing off my TeX skills (if any). Since CV is usually required to be professional and clean, those fancy skills, such as drawing a Christmas tree, cannot be applied in the CV case.
Suppose I have very rightful reasons and necessity to show off my TeX skills in my CV. What should I do?
By the way, I am applying for graduate programs.