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.
Open Source CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software is among what I view as the best solutions to common business problems if you are looking for alternative tools. Today, I am honored to share with you an interview I had with the co-founder of Zurmo – an open source crm. Please enjoy and I hope you find it useful like I did.
Hello, welcome to open source projects series. Thank you for stopping by. Today am going to focus on open source projects to contribute to if you are a beginner. When starting anything, you want to start it on the right footing. The other day I was talking to a recruiter at an event and what she told me sounded very familiar to what you hear everywhere as a programmer – while applying for a job, you need to have some side project to show for your experience. That will improve your chances of getting an offer.