PocketSquare is a Portfolio site for Developers

The homepage for PocketSquare is an encouraging sight for developers. With so many existing portfolio sites for designers it’s nice to finally have a place made for showcasing code and dev projects.

PocketSquare is completely free to use and sign up. Once you get in you’ll be able to share your own code snippets, samples, dev projects, or anything similar. It’s truly the best place to share your knowledge with the world.

Modern tech employers are much more finicky about development positions. They don’t just want to see a resume – often times they’ll want to see what you can do. This might take the form of past work, personal work, or even semi-successful side projects.

PocketSquare consolidates this process into one location so that it’s easier for anyone who wants to get started.

Android/iOS programmers who know nothing of building a website can now have their very own page to showcase code. PocketSquare is professional, easy to use, and MADE for developers. Also did I mention it’s free?

You can preview a demo to see how portfolios look when active. They showcase everything from past work to code snippets and links to sample projects.

If you’re currently looking for dev work and need a surefire way to showcase your talents, PocketSquare is the place to be.

Author: Jake Rocheleau

Collect by: uxfree.com

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