What is CodeTrace?

For Developers: CodeTrace is a widely functional tool that provides insights and real time code analysis.

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.

What if I have public repositories but CodeTrace doesn’t show any results?

This type of situation happens when user has used multiple emails in different repositories. Emails could be added from the settings page. You should reanalyze your profile after confirming an email.

What are Good and Great projects?

There are 4 types of projects: RegularVerifiedGood and Great.

QualityRequirementsExperience CoefficientMax Experience
RegularThere is no requirements.0.6100
VerifiedIt has readme file,
It has at least 10 commits.
GoodIt has readme,
50+ commits,
Project is active for 3 months or more,
Has at least 2 contributors with 10% familiarity.
GreatIt has readme,
100+ commits,
Project is active for 6 months or more,
Has at least 4 contributors with 10% familiarity.
Last criteria will be skipped in case repository has 1000 stars or more.

How is the experience (xp) calculated?

Every project gives some amount of experience based on the lines of code you have contributed. Detected technologies give additional experience. Good and great repositories gives more experience than regular ones.

How are the levels calculated?

Level depends on experience points. Here is table of levels:


Does CodeTrace access my private data?

No. CodeTrace requires only a read-only access to the public data provided by the GitHub user.