Give your judgements based on other coders portfolio to support the skills they claimed.
Use your expertise to endorse coders' skills.
Each view of your opinion can bring you US$2.99.
Gain reputation with upvotes on your opinion.
Tell people how accurate their skill claims are.
Skillsme believes the most valuable opinions must be given by the most skillful coders. Only the top will have the chance to leave their opinions as a Judge on Skillsme.
View the code in their portfolios and tell the community whether their claims are true or not.
Leave your thoughts about their coding style, skills used, or any other aspect.
Your opinion could mean a lot in another coder's career. Leave your opinions to help others improve or get a job with your endorsement.
As a Judge, your name and title can be seen under each portfolio you have given your opinion to. With more exposure, you can build your reputation with the Skillsme coder community.
Your opinion can generate income for you. Each person who views your opinion would bring you US$2.99 for your contribution.
While only the top 5% coders can become a Skillsme Judge, you can learn if you might be one of them here.
You must have over 7 years' experience in a senior IT role (Senior Software Engineer or equivalent).
You must have at least a large and popular project on GitHub or GitLab (i.e. 100+ stars) that majorly built or contributed by you.
You must have over 20,000 reputation on Stack Overflow in this year.
You must have a tech personal blog website or an account on a blog platform with more than 1,000 subscribers or at least 3 articles with at least 1,000 views.
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