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Old 05-07-2006, 09:36 PM
sjaguar13 sjaguar13 is offline
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Default A Good Programming Portfolio Design?

For my senior project, I am supposed to make a portfolio of code. With web design, you could just have little thumbnails of work you did and link to the real thing, but I don't really know what to do with the code.

I just threw together a Joomla page that lists projects with a link to download (the links aren't actually there, yet).

I don't really know what else I could do. Think I should actually show the code online without having to download it?
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Old 05-25-2006, 11:13 AM
etali etali is offline
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If any of your programs have interesting (graphically) output, you could take a screenshot of the output to use as a link.

I took a look at your profile and it doesn't look like thats really the case though

I think you could keep the kind of design you have now, but have the title of the program in bold text, and a little explanation of what it does, or what concepts you are showing off, underneath. Not everyone who is viewing your profile will be a programmer, and in my experience HR people don't always know what a 'Polymorphism' or a 'Finite State Machine' is. If you can offer an explanation (and perhaps use other buzz words like 'Object Oriented' in it, then you might catch their eye.
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