Google Developer Profile is a way to learn about Google technologies and unlock achievements. Your profile captures your achievements with badges and saves your progress as you complete pathways, which include codelabs and videos.
Currently, Google Developer Profile is in an open beta. Your feedback is critical in ironing out any issues before launching, so please share your thoughts by clicking Submit feedback at the top of any page.
What are badges?
Badges are achievements that you earn when you complete a learning activity, such as a codelab or quiz, or when you participate in Google Developer communities or events.
What are Favorite Badges?
You can select up to five of your earned badges to highlight at the top of your profile.
What are pathways?
Pathways are ordered collections of related content, such as videos and codelabs, which help you learn a specific developer tool or concept. Upon finishing a pathway, you can complete a quiz to earn a badge. Visit developers.google.com/learn/pathways to get started.
What happens if I make my profile public?
Making a profile public will make your profile (developers.google.com/profile/u/me) to be viewable by anyone online. This will include your name, image, role, company or school, bio, badges you've received stats, and your social media links (including Github, Gitlab, Twitter, Linkedin, and Stackoveflow). Your pages saved, pages rated, and events attended will not be part of your public profile.
You can change your profile settings by going to developers.google.com/profile/u/me/settings
Why was my account turned to private?
If we reasonably believe content in your profile violates our content policy, your account will be switched to private and the content in your profile will be deleted. You will not be able to make your account public again for at least 60 days. Google also reserves the right to suspend or terminate your access to the services or delete your Google account, as described in the Taking action in case of problems section of the Google Terms of Service.
What happens when I integrate my profile with a third party app or service?
If you authorize an application to access your Google Developer profile, that application will be able to see your profile information, even if you have not made your profile public. Learn more about how to manage third-party apps & services with access to your account.
Where is my developer profile?
You can sign in and access your Google Developer Profile by going to developers.google.com/profile/u/me.
How do I edit my profile?
You can edit your profile by going to developers.google.com/profile/u/me.
How much does it cost?
Google Developer Profile is free and open to anyone with a Gmail or Google-supported account.
I’m unable to create a profile with my G Suite account. Why is that?
Google Developer Profile supports G Suite account types however, if you are getting an error you might need your organization’s administrator to enable access to the Developer Profile service.
Please share the following instructions with your organization administrator if you are unable to create a Developer Profile.
Enable Google Developer Profile for the whole GSuite account:
- From the Admin console Home page, go to Menu > Apps > Additional Google Additional Services
- Check the Developer Platform Service and set Service State to “ON”
- Click Save.
Note: Groups and Organizational units can also be used to enable or disable the Developer Profiles service. An Admin may have a more custom configuration that enables/disables the service across different user groups, in these situations the Admin can view an individual’s account to debug the issue further.
It might take up to 24 hours for changes to appear.
How can I delete my account data?
When signed in, click Settings > Account > Close account to delete your account.
Where should I file issues or feedback?
As a beta user, your feedback is critical in ironing out any remaining issues before launching. Please share your thoughts and suggestions by selecting Submit feedback at the top of the help page.