The devradar represents skills as so called blips that are rendered either on a radar-like graph or in a list.
The first one is the radar view that shows you all skills oriented in a polar coordinate system with
Individual skills in the radar view are shown as circular blips (C) with a numeric ID and colored by their respective quadrant (A).
Each quadrant represents a certain group of skills. Classical quadrants are techniques, tools, frameworks (and languages), and platforms.
The distance from blip to the radar center indicates the
adoption level (B) for a certain skill.
In addition to the center radar graph all skills are listed by name and their respective ID in the corresponding quadrant (C).
The radar view is best used to get an overview of the current level of competence.
The second view is a list of all skills in form of individual cards (A).
All skills are listed alphabetically with their
adoption level being of secondary relevance.
This information can be found in the top right corner of each skill card (B).
With the list view you can get insights into the history of a specific skill e.g. how did it evolve over time, when was a certain tool used for the first time.