Context: I started learning to code off and on a few years ago and only now am I really digging in and trying to make a career switch.
With that, I have GitHub repositories over a year old with unfinished projects I started when I really didn't know what I was doing.
What should I do with these repositories? Should I delete them and pretend they never existed? Should I keep them as trophies/reminders of where I came from?
If a recruiter/interviewer saw these repositories, would they give me the stink eye?
What I am thinking:
- Update the ReadMe files to explain the project (they are empty right now D:)
- Figure out if I want to finish any of them and then get them on a schedule to make sure I finish
- Any projects I plan on not finishing, make sure I explain why in the ReadMe
I just delete them and never look back.
Disclaimer: This is my first Dev.to post. If my tags are wrong, the format is gross, I am open to any feedback/advice posting.