One of the toughest things to do as a new developer is to assemble an online portfolio.
- What should I say?
- What should I include?
- What should I leave out?
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
If you’re stuck, take a look at these 15 samples of web developer portfolios for inspiration.
1. Jack Jeznach:
2. Jack McDade
7. Bruno Simon
9. Robb Owen
10. Fajar Siddiq
11. Damian Watracz
12. Pavel Huza
13. Nadia Sotnikova
14. Titus Klein
15 Ryan Warner
There's inspiration everywhere - hopefully, this article helped you find yours!
I would like to share something interesting with my readers. Keep reading to find out more.
If you are a student of computer science or an upcoming developer, you might consider participating in a hackathon.
Taking part in a hackathon can help you improve your coding skills, meet new people, build your resume, and develop your social circle.
If you would like to attend such an event, I recommend Hack This Fall 2.0. During the 22nd-24th of October, the event will be held. They are taking it to the next level this year with a 48-Hour Virtual Hackathon, which will promote hackers and help them develop new prototypes and ideas related to several domains. In addition to creating positive change in society, their mission also includes supporting beginners.
If you want to register for this wonderful hackathon you can do it here and do not forgot to use my referral code: HTFHE060
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