To answer your question, no I don't think it looks bad. If that was the only result it would be different. I wouldn't stress about it.
Maybe ask your company to put in the description a link to your github or something... some clever line like, "when GT isn't singing the house down in boots he also codes up a storm doing blah... (link to your awesome work here)."
Put your best foot forward/fake it till you make it kind of... you don't need to showcase the side of yourself that eats a pint of Ben and Jerrys and plays slither.io on the couch for 5 hours a night. Show off the hardworking, talented and creative side.
It's cheesy but this PR/branding stuff does work. I used to work with this hack nurse who hired a PR agency and he either wrote or hired someone to ghostwrite all these blog articles about emergency medicine. Suddenly he was getting featured in magazines as "expert nurse Blah RN" and was also getting featured in various "Top Healthcare Provider" type lists and being flown around and getting paid to speak at conferences.
It was kind of annoying because he was pretty clueless when it came to actual patient care and was also a sleazeball who sexually assaulted about 40% of our female workforce. But he had great branding and PR! If you googled him you'd think he was super smart and very impressive.
My point being, sleazeballs like that have absolutely no qualms about outright fabrications, inflating their credentials and lying, so you shouldn't feel guilty about showcasing your most professional, smartest "authentic" self.
I started writing a blog to build my personal brand. The problem I am having is driving traffic to my blog. I get like 5 views in a day.
So, any ideas on marketing the blog will be helpful.
Websites like Hacker News, Reddit, and others provide you with a platform to have your content seen. That doesn't necessarily mean it will succeed, though. I think the biggest hurdle is producing work you would consider high quality. Your readers need to feel like they've learned something valuable by the end of the article. It's difficult to accomplish that while still keeping their interest and not writing a book. Hopefully this helps answer your question a bit.
If you're trying to build a personal brand and drive traffic, why don't you even have a link to your blog in your HN profile? You've been here for years and have thousands of karma.