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Does GitHub matter if you're a developer in job-hunting mode? Will GitHub help you when it comes to the job searching process?
More and more often, recruiters are demanding more from developers when it comes to the hiring process. After all, they need to know if the person they are hiring really knows how to code.
One of the questions that often comes to developers, as a relatively new practice, is "Can we see your GitHub?".
What better way to share code you've written, or demonstrate your knowledge and expertise in the field? Sure, recruiters are still going to vet you in person using questions and tests, but if they can check out your code or see where your technical knowledge is at before you even walk in our door, you're going to be miles ahead of the competition.
Github could be really known, today, as a portfolio for code. However, it does NOT replace your resume.
In today's video, we're going to discuss whether Github is a good fit for you as a developer when it comes to getting a job, how YOU can implement it all so that you get the MOST out of your job searching process.