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- You can upload your project to your own GitHub and share the public link on the relevant project topic.
Yes, and trust us, it’s worth your time. Here’s why:
- Once you have your project on GitHub, you’ll be able to share proof of your work with potential employers, and link out to it on your CV.
- It’s a great opportunity to get your feet wet using a development tool that tech workers use on the job, every day.
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- Be specific! Reference exact line numbers and syntax so others are able to identify the area of the code you have questions about.