GitHub has become one of the main places for sharing open source and hobby code. It can be a great store front to show off your development or design skills in action.
|Start from scratch or .... Import options||Create a new repository or fork an existing one.||LinkedIn profile export data that maps to Bashfully fields, GitHub profile for a developer profiles, and JSON resume to keep control of your data|
|Custom versions||Not specifically a traditional resume tool, so doesn't have this functionality.||Create a custom version based on the full profile.|
|Custom views||Not specifically a traditional resume tool, so doesn't have this functionality.||Create a story based, chronological, or graphical skills representation all based on the full profile automatically as standard.|
|Online options||Public repositories are displayed, limited options to highlight specific items alongside bio text.||Full profile online, SEO tuned, personalised URL, unlimited custom versions available with personalised labels.|
|Endorsements or recommendations||Stars or forks of respositories are a proxy form of endorsement that the code is useful.||None at the current time. Endorsements without needing a profile, yet being verified, is on the roadmap.|