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 No.12363

I want to make some software projects in my portfolio/github to show to potential employers. Ideas?

 No.12364

Who are your potential employers?
Mine were impressed by an archive bot project. Do something actually useful if you can.

 No.12367

Contribute to popular projects. IMO that better displays your ability to work on an existing code base and with other people. It also means that somebody else has already been satisfied with your work.

 No.12369

>>12367
the problem is most FLOSS doesn't incorporate the meme corporate crms they seem to want experience in and other tech. I never see a floss project which uses, for example, salesforce, and rarely react. I also hardly see FLOSS projects which use complicated microservice type architectures or messaging queues (Kafka/RabbitMQ etc) or dockerization, kubernetes, AWS proprietary features, C#/T-SQL, servicenow, blah blah blah and the rest of the corporate-tech which seems to be in every job advert but no FLOSS projects

 No.12370

>>12369
>FLOSS projects don't like to use proprietary tools
WOW!

 No.12371

>>12369
Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh is this supposed to be a bad thing?

 No.12373

>>12369
>or dockerization, kubernetes,
I use these in my personal projects.

But I don't really use them to pad my resume. I'm too autistic to fool people with a padded resume and a flashy interview. I just use them because they are nice packaging tools and I like tinkering with deployment and server stuff as much as I like to program.

 No.12377

Do they actually look at your "portfolio"? In my experience they don't even read your CV.

 No.12379

>>12377
In my experience they don't read it but they sure measure how long it is.

 No.12380

>>12377
No, they've got neural networks for filtering resumes now.


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