As part of a recruitment process, the recruiter asked me for references after the interview. However, I only have one previous work experience, which is also my current job (first one since I left school). I don't want to publicly advertise that I'm considering leaving this job for another, so asking colleagues for references is a tricky situation, which the recruiter understood perfectly.
As I didn't want to end this here, I remembered that there are reviews of my work on some freelancing site, as I did a bit of freelancing during my studies. Thing is, out of 50 reviews from projects owners, 48 are very good, 1 is bad, 1 is very bad. These are reviews ffrom more than 2 years ago and I was only a student doing underpaid projects to be able to go out from time to time. Should I forward my profile on this site to the recruiter or not ? Note that I don't think there is any easy way to find this profile without knowing the username, as I only use this username on that website.
Concerning the offer, it's a software development position with a required 3 to 5 years of experience, so not fresh out of school, but still a junior position. The company itself is quite small, approximately 50 people, and the recruitment is handled by a recruitment firm. The first interview went well and my resume is going to be transmitted to the potential future employer.