While having a good portafolio or Github profile doesn't hurt, what I've seen is that is not as important as some people make you believe. In many cases github profiles are basically graveyards for unfinished projects.
If you have projects that you can call your own (not including code from tutorials) then you are in a good path.
You can find more useful tips in here:
Ali is amazing for sure.
Additionally, before they get to your github profile or portofolio, you may need to review your resume and see where you can improve.
I did, it got a review by a career counselor lol. But let me look at this article to see if I can make any chances.
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