For Developers: CodeTrace is a widely functional tool that provides insights and real time code analysis using code parsing and NLP.
For Students and Resume Builders: CodeTrace creates a concrete portrayal of users abilities and up to date evidence of skills to strengthen hiring prospects.
For Companies: CodeTrace is a platform for sourcing and screening software engineers as a tool to corroborate the skills and knowledge of prospective employees in languages, libraries, frameworks, and code quality.
Evolving practices within both the hiring market and real time online resources for developers, CodeTrace is a platform that satisfies the needs for all the parties.
This type of situation happens when user has made a wrong git setup. Most probably user has changed their github email address and never updated the address when creating or cloning a new repository. As a side note always run “git config user.email” once you set up or clone a repo.
Total rating is average of Contribution, Popularity and Collaboration ratings.
To get 100% Contribution rating you need to have 1000 commits summary.
To get 100% Popularity rating you need to have 100 commits to a repository with more than 1000 stars.
To get 100% Collaboration rating you need to have 100 commits to a repository with more than 100 contributors.
Experience depends on the count of authored code and stars. Any detected technology adds additional experience. Also there is a limitation of experience per repository based on stars, contributions and contributors count.
Level depends on experience points. Here is table of levels:
Top Repositories are the ones, where you earned the most amount of XP points.
No. CodeTrace requires only a read-only access to the public data provided by the GitHub user.