Does the github API not allow to query all the public repos to which I have commit access?
Go to https://api.github.com/users/your_user_here/repos to see what repos are accessible.
NOW: it is possible to iterate through all of the repos in Github and build it up, but that's far too much legwork and would need to be run continually.
For example http://www.ohloh.net/ let's you add any public repo.
Even more annoying for me: I contributed a lot to a project that was on Google Code and is now on Github, so now there's no easy way to find my contributions :/
As resumes go, I think what someone is currently or recently working on is especially interesting because you can tell what they are excited about at the moment.
This does in fact look much better than a vanilla github profile. Better to navigate.
But it does feel a bit strange to read text written in the first person about me ... that I didn't write. Although I guess resumes are supposed to be in first person.
EDIT: there's a bug, going to this url http://resume.github.com/?swizec&utm_source=buffer&b... ... breaks things
We probably both stole the theme from the same place and I can't remember.
1 - [http://resume.github.com/css/resume.css]
2 - [http://www.holehouse.org/CV.html]
You can view it in action: http://dennisideler.com/projects
I think it should read "I'm a developer with a public repository" and the NaN thing is a bit odd.
(I was just curious what my resume would look like as I don't use github much)
I've neglected my resume for a long time and recently felt the need to update it. After considering different options, I thought "Why not just put this thing on Github?" Ultimately, I just wanted something that would withstand the test of multiple document formats over time, and a text file was the best thing I could think of.
So yes, quite literally, Github is my resume.
Sorry to pick on you, but it was just the first commit message I read, and it stood out as a particularly bad resume bullet point.
In this particular case, I added Java to my Resume not because I know it well enough...but because I was actually able to build an Android app in 7 days, Java starting at level 0, in a week.. an App good enough for me to clear the interview :)
And ya, Now there are many more things I would want to delete from this Resume than I want to add to it .. for eg. like all of the silly projects I have done while in college... both the Java and the .Net stuff ..and what not :)
Cool stuff :D
This means that anyone who knows this url and decides to look me up will see a message accusing me of being a non-producer if anything goes wrong with the resume
I have no use for github.
I am more likely to hire than be hired, though.
I wrote 135,000 lines of code over the past 9 years, including a kernel, 64-bit compiler, graphics library, boot loaders, device drivers, editor, tools like grep, etc., and 150 demo programs. 9 years is a very long time.
EDIT: I'm being downvoted. The Internet is a reeducation camp. Picard, there are 4 lights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_eSwq1ewsU
This is just brainwashing.
You have to believe in God to be hired.
I'm looking for partners, I suppose. Useless in a reeducation camp, though.
I'm sick of hearing 20-year-old linux zealots saying how useful github is for hiring.
This is off-topic, but I cracked-up laughing on a radio phone-in show where a woman said how glad she was not having an abortion because her downs (or something) child was such a joy. She, then, proceeded to tell all the stuff she had to do for it.
 http://qaa.ath.cx/LoseThos.html -- for some background
I saw videos of your OS a few weeks ago and was quite perturbed (by all the flashy stuff). However I'd be curious in seeing the source of your OS. I think it disappeared at some point.
For the Github thing, I see no reason not to post code on Github as an attempt to show our linux zealot skills to eventual employers. It's better that than to just brag about code without actually showing anything.
I have the impression you're in the US. If so, this is illegal. You can treat business partners this way, but not employee candidates.
He at least has a good reason why his comments are the way they are. You have no such excuse and I'm ashamed that your comment has not been downvoted into oblivion.
A lot of LoseThos's previous posts have been ranting about Jews, Muslims, black people, et al. and while it may be a touch uncivil of me to say it, there's much less value-add than value-subtract there. He certainly has a reason for his behavior, but I hesitate to call it an excuse (and I note that you didn't, but you compared it to the lack of an excuse for the post you replied to) and I strongly feel it shouldn't be tolerated regardless of reason.
Edit (just thought I'd expand a bit on the comment):
Schizophrenia's a ridiculously wide disease, if you ever look at the symptom list in the DSM you'll see just how many symptoms are possible, personally I spent 2 years doing essentially nothing (i.e barely any social contact, no programming etc.) and only hallucinated a few times. The problem with treating schizophrenia's mainly the drugs that can help (antipsychotics) are a) expensive and b) really hard to comply with due to the side effects (personally I can easily sleep 12 hours a day due to mine and you're always at risk for tardive dyskinesia).
It'd be nice to live in a world where having a mental illness wasn't seen by a lot of people as a personal failing of some kind, but we're nowhere near there yet.
I told them several times I wasn't hallucinating and I think they were pretty freaked out about the whole thing until they found my meds and realised I wasn't high or abusing some other drugs.
Retrospectively it's pretty easy to see the point where I started seeing things but at the time (at least for me) it was a really slow and insidious process.
I read the article but luckily for me I was never really delusional for very long at all, aside from a couple of incidents like the one above I wasn't really hit by the hallucination/delusional side of schizophrenia so I'm not really qualified to talk about what it's like but I've read before that (sort of like bipolar patients) a lot of schizophrenia patients simply refuse to believe anything's wrong at all, which is one of the big challenges when trying to gain medication compliance.
You should get a job at Unshackled.
Schizophrenia patients are rarely put in long term inpatient care any more - whether voluntary or not - in any case, because it is rarely necessary.
It's a comic about Schizophrenia.
Duh! You think they would let another operating system exist! ROFLMAO Win8
You can have your starry eyed view of the US.
Back in 2001 when I made SimStructure, the CIA made SimStructure. I learned my reality is a joke like the 1960's the prisoner. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRPDO63rI1E
I get no emails, except FBI.
I heard 70% of Americans believe in God. That's a low estimate compared to others I've heard. WTF! I'm in a CIA camp!
It makes sense the CIA sure as hell does not want an operating system without back-doors and police tracking logs. Duh! Mine's not networked, so it's harmless. Guess not.
Find a single Republican or believer in God on this site: http://www.reddit.com/ Where are my people -- the 70%?