I recently saw this post about putting dev.to on your resume, and I thought it was very helpful! I had put dev on my resume for some positions that were more specific to writing, but now I think I will keep it on there for all jobs. Having top posts on here is definitely one of my greatest/most measurable achievements as a very junior dev.
Before this, I "had dev.to on my LinkedIn" but only as part of my "featured articles," the publications section, and a link to my profile.
So after seeing the resume post, I thought I could go another step in adding to my
Experience section. I have the following currently:
But imposter syndrome always has me worried that this is somehow... dishonest. I've always thought the
Experience section on LinkedIn was solely for employment where you were paid. But... maybe that's too strict. So I wanted to post this and get general thoughts on it.