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Are you even more excited than me with the rollout of the GitHub Profile Readme feature from Microsoft? Compiling some examples with steps to create one.
So on July 9, Microsoft announced the feature, but I have been watching this space for a lot of time.
Devs can now have a summary of work, personal bio, or even can be used as a Portfolio if you want to skip having those fancy portfolios. This can be a lifesaver for B.E devs trust me.
So let’s go ahead and see how can I create one.
There is not much to do until you want to write some custom HTML stuff in there. Let us take it to step by step.
singhkshitij. So I created a repo with the same username.
I am curious to see how world will react to it. I can imagine some very creative ideas that can be applied to use the feature effectively and get the most out of it.
Here are a few things that we can add to the README to make it more readable and attractive :
[su_button url=”https://github.com/singhkshitij/” target=”blank” style=”flat” background=”#000000″ radius=”0″ icon=”icon: github-alt”]My Profile[/su_button]
I tried keeping it very simple. I just added a few things to keep it simple and sober.
So I was just looking for some awesome readme’s already and I could find a few of them.
in a few years, GitHub is going to be your new portfolio website. It has
Let’s rock it and make the most out of the feature. 🚀