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Should We Use GitHub Commit Graphs as a Metric of Measure for Developers?

GitHub commit graphs: A love-hate relationship.

Photo by Markus Winkler on Unsplash

GitHub commits graphs are very cool especially on the profile and when the green and light green covers most of the parts. It clearly shows how productive one has been and the frequency of your commits through the past days.

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