If you are like myself, you would probably have setup a GitHub account some time ago, and just never looked back. GitHub is a great service for those of us actively using git to manage our project source files. It is worth paying for – if you can justify the perks that come with the non-basic plans. In my situation, this is not the case as I have over 15 projects in GitHub, but none of them are public.
If you are a software developer of any flavor, and do not know what GitHub is, I think it is safe to say that you are living quite comfortably under a very, VERY large rock!
:D. Whether you are a seasoned #GitHacker or new user, there is a trend that has been on the rise that can assist your career growth as much as it can destroy it: