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Building your Github profile and reputation

Introduction to Github (skip it if you know it already)
Making Your Github Profile Shine
  • An Example Profile: Dan Abramov

Introduction to Github (skip it if you know it already)

Github Screenshot

Github is a social network for developers, but probably not the type of social network you use every day:

  • You can't post a picture of what you are about to eat.
  • You post text documents on any format (txt, html, css, xls, png, jpeg, etc.).
  • You can't post status messages like on Twitter, Instagram, etc.
  • You have to use a special program and protocol called GIT.
  • It cannot be faked and it tracks your activity as a developer.

Why Github matters for recruiters

Github is now the developers #1 portfolio, the best way to get noticed and build a professional brand. You need to make a huge effort on making it:

  1. Easy to browse by a potential employer.
  2. Easy to understand and fast to read.
  3. Amazing look (you never have a 2nd time to give the first impression).

Making Your Github Profile Shine

Make sure to give your own personal style, but in general you can focus on trying to comply with the following guidelines:

An Example Profile: Dan Abramov

Dan Abramov Github Profile