Recently, I've testing Code Inspector not only to code review my projects but also to learn more about my coding quality and the security things, documentation I wrote, coding style, and design.
I like it so far and I am learning how to improve my coding! 🤓
Recently, Code Inspector released the CODE INSPECTOR STATS that is possible to be shown in your README.md at GitHub.
Since, I've tried for one of my project related to train a simple ANN, I've gotten this results that now it is cool for sharing in my GitHub profile
Some tips for writing a cool README.md can be found here: https://github.com/abhisheknaiidu/awesome-github-profile-readme
And more details about getting started with Code Inspector and connect your CODE INSPECTOR STATS to your GitHub can be found here: https://medium.com/code-inspector-blog/sharing-your-coding-score-in-github-the-code-inspector-stats-f1bc3256aa18