A developer portfolio is a great way to showcase your skills and experience to potential employers. It can also help you land a job or contract by giving employers a way to easily see your work.
In addition, a well-organized developer portfolio can help you keep track of your projects and show off your development process.
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What should a developer portfolio include?
A developer portfolio should include a variety of examples of the developer’s work. This can include everything from code samples to completed projects. It should also include a resume and a list of the developer’s skills. The portfolio should be well organized and easy to navigate.
1. Easy-to-find contact information
2. About section
3. Relevant experience
4. Provide context
5. Relevant skills
6. Side projects
7. Documented source code
9. Relevant social media profiles
10. Awards/special recognition
11. Downloadable resume
To wrap it up: How to make a developer portfolio