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A GitHub account README is a GitHub feature that allows users to publish information about themselves, such as talents, interests, and GitHub stats, in a Markdown file called README and share it with the rest of the GitHub community. It appears above the pinned repositories at the top of your GitHub home page.

  • Make a new repository with your GitHub account as the name. If your username is Gapur, for example, the repository name must also be Gapur.
  • Create a README.md file containing material in the new repo (text, images, GIFs, emojis, etc.).
  • GitHub is where you should commit and push your great new README.

"Your GitHub account is the most accurate depiction of a developer's abilities." It is more crucial than your curriculum vitae. You can demonstrate your knowledge, the clarity of your code, and your ability to collaborate with other engineers.

Coders should make a GitHub profile for two reasons: to show off their work and to network with other developers. The collaborative features of GitHub allow programmers to build code and create projects for repositories that are not their own.

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