I recently shared my GitHub profile with someone and realized I have 330 repos. Most of them are from my time at Flatiron, working on class assignments. But some are code challenges, leetcode problems, forked repos, and random things I've tried over the past few months.
Since Github doesn't allow you to group repos, organizing would be a time-consuming exercise.
Is it worth the time investment? Do recruiters expect your GitHub to be easy to navigate? Do you regularly review and purge your inactive repos?