I do lots of programming projects, and GitHub is the place where developers share their code and collaborate on open-source projects. My most recent projects are all published as GitHub repositories, where all the code is stored alongside issues, ideas for features and improvements, documentation, and more. I plan to eventually do a post for each and every one of my GitHub repositories, which will link to the posts when they are finished.
I’ve started using Git for version control for my projects over the last ~3 months, and it’s made my life way easier (for the most part). Hopefully, having my projects on GitHub will help more people who are interested in the types of things I write about find my projects. If I haven’t posted recently to the blog (although I should be doing that more often in the coming months), I’m probably active on GitHub, so feel free to check out whatever I’m working on.
I now also have a contribution graph at the bottom of the site, courtesy of IonicaBizau’s github-calendar.js. It displays the number of commits, issues, and other contributions I have made for each day of the year.
You can find my profile on GitHub as generic-github-user: https://github.com/generic-github-user