In case you missed, GitHub recently launched a feature that allows users to add a README on their GitHub profiles that shows up on top of their pinned repositories.
kathy ☁️@pifafuhey, so we heard ya & are trying out a thing where you CAN have a readme on your @github profile...
@mikekavouras built it btw! re: twitter.com/pifafu/status/…22:33 PM - 27 May 2020kathy ☁️ @pifafu👋 hiii—if you use @github, i was wondering: what are some of the things you would want others on GitHub to know about you?
To enable the feature, you'll have to create a new repository with same name as your username and initialize it with a README.md. Then all you need to do is just edit that README according your preference - you can add anything you'd like to show off; projects, links, interests etc. ✨
I tried it out, and here's how it looks like...
Dropping a few of the cool ones here that I recently came across:
How did you like the idea of having a README on GitHub profiles? Did you build your profile README yet? Or did you come across any dope ones? Drop a preview in the comments below!
Let's keep contributing to Open-Source. See you on the other side! 👋