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Show Off Your Activity!

The DevCard is a fun way to showcase your activity and share your dev interests and commitment with others. It shows info on how many posts you’ve read on, how many reputation points you have, the sources and tags you read, and Squads you’ve joined. It’s been a while since we released the DevCard, and we’re excited to update it and make it cooler. You can generate your own DevCard, customize it, and share it with the hashtag #DevCard to flex with friends and colleagues.

Highlight of the DevCard

How to Generate Your DevCard

Generating your DevCard is quick and easy! Simply click on your profile picture (make sure you’re logged in) and click on the DevCard button. Another option is to directly visit This will take you to a page where you can customize your DevCard by choosing your theme (theme’s unlock as you gain reputation points! Click here to learn how to get more reputation points and unlock more themes). You can also choose whether the card should be vertical or horizontal, your background image and whether or not your image will have a border. Once you're satisfied with your customization, click the "Generate DevCard" button to generate your unique DevCard.

Customizations of the devcard

Limited-Edition DevCards

Watch this space. Limited edition DevCards, skins, special features may pop up. Who knows.

Sharing Your DevCard​

Share your DevCard (don’t forget to tag #DevCard) on social media by downloading and sharing the image. We’ll be scanning for posts and we have some very cool giveaways to hand out to some of those who share.

Adding DevCard to Your X (Formerly Twitter) Profile

Download the DevCard X header image to give people a snapshot of the kind of developer you are and what interests you, as soon as they open your profile.

Adding DevCard to Your GitHub Profile

Once you've generated your DevCard, you can add it to your GitHub profile or embed it in your website. This can be a great way to highlight your interests, achievements, and engagement with to fellow developers and potential employers.

Here's the full tutorial

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