I've been told over and over to include my Github page in my resume as it's a way for potential employers to gauge my skill and past projects That's usually a very good idea to get through the CV screening. You will usually want to include this as a few lines somewhere in your experience, together with a link they can follow to see the code you've written (...


While there is little you can do to make your projects public by default (due to NDAs, school anti-plagiarism rules, etc.), there are a few possible alternative solutions: Place a link to your GitHub profile besides your contact information. You would have your phone number, address/location, and then your GitHub profile. This would only be beneficial if ...


I stuff it in the top along with my other contact information, such as my LinkedIn and DevPost. I make them both nice clickable hyperlinks as well as easy to just type into the web browser. Like this:

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