Github Profiles : A tiny hack that works wonders

Some of these where very neat and informative.
People had added their projects, interests, requirements & other fun stuff directly on their github profiles.

Research

Editing the README file

My README file

  1. Github readme is on Markdown which supports HTML so you can make use of all HTML tags to give it a clean look
  2. You can use Anton Komarov’s github profile counter to add a profile view counter on your profile. You can also follow him on twitter if you like cool software projects.
  3. jsDelivr has a good collection of icons/CDN’s you can use
  4. devicon is a hub for all programming icons.
  5. Anurag Hazra has created a great Github stats card for viewing & showcasing your Github stats. You can use that to add a great stats window to your profile. And as mentioned in his github profile, please support India’s covid fight on https://indiafightscorona.giveindia.org in whatever capacity you can.
  6. Github Markdown can also be used to add emojis, gifs, etc to make your profile even more fun.

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