I feel like there's two paths to take to show off your code. GitHub, of course. However, it's not a perfect metric. If you don't have time to code every day or aren't writing 'commitable' code very often but still do meaningful project work, maintaining a portfolio website that you've made yourself can be equally, if not more, meaningful than an active GitHub profile. You can still outline your work and learning on a portfolio site through archives, blog posts, etc. It's also a place to show off your development skills! This can be especially helpful for recruiters that aren't programmers, but will still be wowed by your site.
Spot on is all I can say 👌🏻
OMG, you have given me such relief. I was very upset at myself because I thought that employers would reject me for this reason. I am still working on my portfolio site and I will start putting my blog posts on there.
Thank you sooo much for your comment.
You should Still use git and gitlab/github to store your code and configurations.
I use it to store my Emacs configures, and use it to move code/data/configs between different computers.
And using it for notes is a Good use.
Might recommend that you use Emacs/Org-mode for documentation.
Easy to generate different documents from the org-file.
Easy to do simple graphs with tools in org-file and external tools.
Easy to write example code within the documentation with Org-mode.
And Emacs got Magit mode for doing everything, yes everything, with Git.
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