Without one of the most important things to have up and running when looking for potential new jobs as a developer is a Github account, and have a clue on version control and using Git.
I have noticed over the community some people are having trouble getting up and running with this, and perhaps feel intimidated contributing to large projects at such an early stage. This has in turn lead me to create a community project that everyone can feel free to get involved in and get practice in Github and learn the various benefits of the platform.
I have set up a repo called the “Front End Bible” mainly with the vision of having a large database of tricks and effects that people can add to their portfolios. Yes, it isn’t going to be breaking any boundaries, but hopefully this doesnt feel so intimidating for people with little experience to get involved in.
The link can be found here --> https://github.com/JABedford/Front-End-Bible
As you can see, the layout is very simple. A folder for CSS and a folder for JS. As time goes on I will look (or be open to suggestions) to change this into a more database style structure. If you click on any of the files that are already there, you will see they contain the necessary snippets of code to get the effect up and running on your website.
All contributions will be welcomed no matter how big or small, and all contributors will be linked on the readme file. This is a good step up from the various Github tutorials that are out there, and gives you something to fork to your page and start commiting too.