A source code repository is not only good for you as a software developer for storing your code but also enables team work. That is not all, most employers look at potential hires’ side projects and having a good amount of projects stored somewhere can be a game changer for many people. Heck, it makes total sense because as an employer, you want to hire someone who can show their work right? Today, I am introducing to you Srchub – a better source code repository that is also free! Let us look at it in detail.
Hi! Thanks for stopping by. After a previous post received 106 comments and generated thousands of views and reactions, it made sense to write about the other side of the coin: skills colleges never teach programmers. Let us take a look at a few, shall we?
There is no doubt college has become the industry requirement for getting a job – however, does it really teach you everything you need for the real world? It seems the obvious answer is an astounding NO!
Let us learn how to use github public repository.This happens to be my last post on this Programming With Twitter API journey. I do not feel sad because this is actually just the beginning! I will not stop here, I will keep making something better out of it. This has been a great adventure, very informing and fun. So, without much a do, I want to show you(if you have not done this before), how to make our code publicly accessible to interested people who want to read it and even use it for their own learning or applications. I am going straight to github – by the way this is not the only one, look for bitbucket or something that makes you happy.