Thank you for the Github feedback. I never realized I could curate those. I Have fixed them best to my knowledge, but I guess this is a never-ending learning experience.
I also realized that even though the hamburger menu is good and shows different aspects of my JS and CSS, it is a bit complex for a recruiter. They don't have as much time and everything needs to be straight forward. So I created a new one that is just a single page but will still keep the old one if in case anyone still wants to see it.
I tried fixing most of the stuff on the description. Some of it seemed misleading or just straight up weird. I tried making them more as to what I did and how I did them without messing it up too much.
Thank you for the feedback. If it doesn't take up too much of your time, would you mind going through it again and letting me know how well I've fixed some stuff?
Your portfolio looks way better now! Although the images in the project section are broken.
GitHub looks greatly improved too, although it looks like your biography/summary is cut off. GitHub isn't really a place for that sort of expansive text anyway.
The improvements on your LinkedIn are less obvious but it does seem a lot better now. I'd still avoid saying things like "spearheaded [foo]" since that sounds like you just suggested that things happen but had no actual involvement in it; if you actually did work on that project, say what you did (like, "Implemented initial integration with MailChimp and various CRM platforms" or whatever).
Yeah, something is wrong with that section.
Thank you for the Github response. I never did realize. I think it's time I incognito and check out my profile over and over again.
I like the input on the spearheaded part. I did implement it along with a few other API's and I thought "spearheaded" sounds like I took charge with it and implemented it. But I like the idea of using the "initial" line, makes it seem I took action.
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