#Profile Photo and Name
- [ ] My profile photo is a clear headshot, bitmoji, or avatar of myself, not the Github logo.
- [ ] My name and username displayed is professional and contains a variation of my name.
- [ ] My other relevant profiles like
Twitter are linked in my bio.
- [ ] (Optional) If I have a bio, it is quick and easy to read.
- [ ] 🆕 My personal README is clear, easy to read, and contains no spelling or grammar errors (check through using Grammarly, etc.). Some templates and ideas to get you started on a personal readme.
- [ ] I have pinned 4-6 non-sprint projects to the top of the page, prioritizing my most impressive projects and open-source contributions. I have included at least a one-sentence description of each project.
- [ ] Each of my pinned projects has a robust and clearly formatted README that includes a project description, its functionality, status, tech/framework used, any bugs, how to use it, and roadmap for future development. Note: for Construct Week projects, you should keep the README written by Masai School.
- [ ] My graph is green, and has been for 1 week prior to submitting my GitHub for review. Additional troubleshooting: changing authors.