When companies look at hiring new software developers today, they're no longer solely perusing an applicant's resume and years of work experience. Instead, they are also eagerly evaluating candidates for real-world involvement in a GitHub project and software development work in other repositories, where they can see that candidates are deeply involved in the work that will be required on the job.
Developers: Show Your GitHub Project to Attract Job Offers
IT executives want to see more than your job experience and resume, says a new HackerRank study. They also want to see your GitHub project work.