Research his portfolio as a programmer


May 25, 2023
Every passionate developer, no matter how inexperienced, should have a developer portfolio. Developer portfolios are a great way to showcase your programming skills through personal projects. It is also a unique opportunity to make a very good first impression. Portfolios come in all shapes and sizes, from simple web pages for those applying for small jobs to complex software projects for senior and management candidates. Portfolios are useful in the personnel selection process, since they show the level of development of the candidate, their professional objectives, the skills they wish to acquire, etc. You should pay attention to the way each candidate describes the context of each project: for example, how did it integrate with other libraries and tools? Did you work in collaboration with other developers? Have you been a part of too many incomplete projects? Rviewer
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