A homeless Mountain View man went viral over the weekend after a Twitter user posted a picture of him standing in the road passing out resumes.
David Casarez moved to Silicon Valley last September with dreams of launching a startup.
He is a college graduate who had three years of experience as a software developer, but underestimated the cost of living in the bay.
Casarez had a hard time finding work and was living in his van until it was taken away in June after he couldn't make payments.
Since then, he's been sleeping in a park ... but the determined web developer didn't let his circumstances get the best of him.
He began standing on streets with a sign that said "Homeless. Hungry for success, take a resume."
A woman posted pictures of Casarez and his resume on Twitter Friday and it went viral, garnering 135,000 retweets.
Now, Casarez is receiving job offers and assistance.
He posted a thank you message on Twitter Sunday morning.