Applying for jobs can make you feel old, especially in the tech world. No one cares about your resume anymore. Hardly anyone asks where you went to college. And where years ago you would have proudly touted this or that achievement, these days the bigger question is what you’re working on right now, outside of work. The one thing people really want to see? What you’ve built.
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- writetobeyou said: this is so true. Even for writers, write everywhere you can.
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- rachelmahela said: I get recruiters contacting me via GitHub sometime. I would def. suggest throwing any project code that you don’t feel overly-protective of up on an OpenSource project hosting website.
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