The big collaborative list of Github search operators
As I was writing my latest post, Behavioural sourcing on Github, I tried finding a list of some with ALL Github search operators. The closest I could come was a sheet that the lovely Susanna had created. It was good, but it didn’t not list every single operators possible. As I wasn’t able to find what I was looking for I decided to start creating a list myself.
The result is a Google Sheet listing all the operators I could find together with examples of how to use them.
The idea is not for me to keep this list to myself, but for all of us to share. I mean, I didn’t call it “the big COLLABORATIVE list” for nothing. However, in order to keep things neat and tidy (Control freak? Who? Me?) I have opened it up for comments. I will then go in and make the amendments you suggest.
Have a noesy and let me know what you think!
My name is Sofia Broberger and I’m a freelance sourcing and recruitment consultant focusing on IT/Tech recruitment.
I have a background in teaching and really enjoy combining my experience as a teacher with my love for sourcing. I’m available to give tailor-made workshops and lectures on sourcing, talk at events about sourcing, tech recruitment and employer branding.