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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