The other day, Clint Rutkas (yes, that Clint Rutkas) tweeted about a potential scenario that GitHub does not have built-in, but that could be useful for folks that want to have a deeper look at the performance of their repositories - identifying "center of gravity" issues. What that means is essentially finding issues that are cross-referenced the most from other issues.
If you asked me 20 years back as to what I want to do with my life, I'd probably answer with something like "build stuff with computers." From the early days of my career, to some of the more recent adventures, I tried to find teams where I can be very hands-on with the tech stack and build, build, build.
In 2020, it might seem like the art of crafting your own personal site became a thing of the past. Most of the engagement happens on social networks or inside walled gardens.