Read on for a Beta Invite below!
Whether you are a developer looking to build your street cred, or simply just building your identity or relationships… OR maybe looking to connect with companies you love, the first thing you should do is identify yourself! What does that mean? Inside geeklist we have tools to help you discover fellow geeks, like search and also email suggestions and or strategic placements across the site. We do this to help you build your following. To get started you need to tell us more about yourself. Here is how:
Put your Interests & Activities here:
See it here:
Cards: why should you fill these out? The main inspiration for Geeklist was a resume re-placer. Use it like one! Cards are probably your biggest ally as a developer when using Geeklist. They allow you to further explain what you did, what you used (details please!), and who helped you with it. How does this help companies find you? When companies go to search for developers, they do so by typing in key words like PHP, Node JS or killing zombies. The more details you put in, the more likely it it that your profile will pop up.
Put what you did here:
See it here:
Neat right? So every time you fill out a card and add new tools you’ve worked with to complete the project, it increases the likelihood of your profile popping up when companies like Spotify, Wooga or even Twitter and Facebook search for developers like yourself.
So what are you waiting for?! A zombie attack?
OK, OK, as promised here is your invite…