Welcome to all from a new publication for career-targeting technology:)
In this publication, we are addressing the secrets of the GitHub world
For that, first:
It’s… He’ll talk about what Github is,
It’s… It will focus on the stages of a standard recruitment process and the functionality of the GitHub at these stages,
It’s… Github will list our recommendations for your profile
It’s… And finally, we’re going to talk about how you can use the GitHub as a tool bag.
What is Github?
Github is a social media platform where you demonstrate your work using prostagation tools and technologies. The GitHub platform, mainly used by programrs, is a site commonly used to create portfolios.
So why do we need the GitHub?
In order to explain this, we first need to understand the standard recruitment process, including programrs.
Programrs’ Business Application
Your applications are reviewed in three stages. These are your LinkedIn, Résumé, and GitHub (or your own portfolio site that serves the same function) profile.
The technical team evaluating the business applications of the institutions will seek competencies in some programming tools and languages while employing the programr. They look at experience as one of the ways to understand it. While looking at experience, the unit of time stands out, it’s actually the skills of the candidate who is trying to be understood by the institutions
Potential function of your Github account
At this stage, your GitHub profile linked to your LinkedIn account is a very convenient tool for you to demonstrate to the other party that you have the qualifications to look for.
Your Github profile requires application examples that show the knowledge and skills you have declared on your LinkedIn account and resume. It is very important that you clearly explain the functions, output, goals and role of the projects you have provided for yourself. Someone who enters your Github profile should be able to see the context of the projects you are involved in and your role in this context.
Through this platform, you can provide information and skills to institutions in a way that can be confirmed;
I don’t know what projects you’re doing.
– What technologies you know,
– Which projects and technologies you are interested in,
– You can demonstrate in evidence how long you have been working on programming languages and tools.
Recommendations for improving your Github Profile
In the first place, you need to show that your GitHub account is a live, live account. Many programrs appear as AFK on the GitHub, even though they are active. You should place basic information about yourself on your Github profile. To do this, you must create a ‘ReadMe’ file that you describe yourself in the GitHub. Creating this section in a creative way will be interesting for the reviewer or for the institutions. As we stated in our portfolio article, it is a special feature to look for the authenticity of the portfolio content. It is therefore important that your GitHub profile, a portfolio tool, is also unique.
In addition, finding a photo of your choice instead of an auto-assigned profile photo will reinforce the impression that your profile is a live account.
One of the common errors in creating Github content is that the person’s knowledge and skills are not visible and understandable. The persuasion of your content depends on the level of accessibility and intelligibility of your profile. Someone who enters your profile should be able to easily see the work you are doing without being lost in your account. As a result, you should ensure that there is a profile pattern in which the entity authority who enters your profile during the recruitment process can see all of your knowledge and skills.
“You should include your account on your GitHub profile, such as LinkedIn and hacker Rank, Stack Overflow, on a program-based social media platform.”
In addition, the presence of the programrs you follow on the GitHub indicates that you are using this platform actively, functionally and socially. Moving an interactive view of your account in this way will make it remarkable.
In addition, it would be very helpful for you to present your features as a programr to ensure that people who like you appear in your GitHub profile and that they know about the project and work you’re interested in.
The calendar/statistics section at the bottom of the Github profile is the area where you are clearly expressed in numbers as a programr. Lack of interaction in this section will generate questions about your hard work and productivity. You can process (private) GitHub without sharing any of the work you have just started, which you are unsure about whether to continue or like. Your undercover work will also help you create a working, productive programr image because the frequency of work is being processed in your calendar. When you think your work is ready to share, you can remove privacy and give it a place in your profile. That’s why you need to take time off your GitHub profile.
You can visually place familiar technologies, programming languages and tools in your Github profile using icons/gifts. When doing so, you should ensure that your visualizations are made so that someone who enters your profile can easily see them.
Even your familiarity can make a difference to vehicles such as slack, Trello, Discord, which many organizations use for communication and organization purposes. Because some companies use these tools extensively. That’s why knowing them, actively using them, even the self-benefit. Github is another point in your profile that should include visualizations that show that you know these tools.
If you have a NGO that you contribute to and volunteer for, having links to them on your profile will strengthen your hand in both self-telling and creating a positive look.
As we said at first, when creating the GitHub profile, the main issue is to place the projects and studies you put in a pattern that identifies what you know. Other ways to do this is to fix what’s important to your work, present it in a separate folder, or put it in the ‘readme’ section.
GitHub as a Tool Bag
Github’s functionality for a programr is not limited to making it easier to find a job. You can also convert your Github profile into a tool bag.
If you save all the changes you made to THE GO to file step by step as ‘commit’ to your GitHub profile, they become a functional resource for your new work. You can use this effectively by naming ‘branches’ in the GitHub and clearly placing ‘commites’. In addition, using your profile effectively in this way also forms your dominance of go.
So the GitHub can become a personal resource that you can easily see, whether you’re a programr, doing what you do frequently, or the solutions you produce on some issues. As a programr, you can make any work you do, leave behind, a pool of vehicles that you can use to perform your future projects.
In light of the recommendations we share, you can use the GitHub as a demonstration/performance area and as a tool bag to convince institutions of your skills.