SeekOut has analyzed each GitHub member's code contributions to determine how accepted and influential their code is. Using that analysis, we assign each member a Coder Score of one to five stars based on their demonstrated contributions. 

Five stars corresponds to the top 2% of all Github members.

Four stars is for the top 10%

Three stars is the top 30%.

Two stars is the top 60%.

The rest are given one star. 


Because we measure demonstrated ability based on actual Github contributions, you can be confident a developer with a 3, 4, or 5 star rating is very strong -- extremely strong in the case of 5 stars. They've proven it on Github. 

Developers with lower scores, however, may still be very good or even great. It's possible they just don't do a lot of Open Source development. 

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