Spotted: Geekli.st – a social resume and accomplishment tracker

I recently happened upon Geekli.st in an article from “The Next Web.” Geekli.st is marketed as a resume platform for developers, but truly it is ideal for anyone who dabbles in a few specialized areas. It allows users to set up a social resume where individuals create “cards” of areas they have made progress. Within the cards, users can add “micros” to the big-picture accomplishments to track the individual steps achieved along the way. Users also share their activity to a central newsfeed, where they can “high five” other remarkable accomplishments or follow others on the platform.

To get beta access to the platform with an invite, use TNWGEEKS (thanks to “The Next Web”).

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