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GitHub contribution graph to show burnout

A quick annotation by Jonnie Hallman on Twitter: “GitHub is really good at visualizing burnout.” Tags: annotation, burnout, GitHub

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GitHub is meant to track code

Jen Luker noted, “As amazing as @github is, it is a tool designed to track code, not people. I’m sharing my annotated GitHub history to show you what it can’t tell you about a developer.” As amazing as @github is, it is a tool designed to track code, not people. I'm sharing my annotated GitHub history to show you what it can't tell you about a developer. pic.twitter.com/b94kYqQHaZ — Jen...

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Code as microorganism

Taking a step beyond 2-D glyphs, Codeology depicts GitHub user activity based on what they have contributed as 3-D objects made of ASCII characters. The application pulls data from GitHub's public API and creates visuals using WebGL, Three.js, and GLSL Shaders. Shape and color represent an individual language, with size being proportionate to how many characters of code were written. I don't know if it was intentional, but every visual...

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