Something like Code Pen or somewhere more dev specific will do just fine.
Note: You don’t need to code to be a UX designer, but you might need to code to get a UX job at specific companies.
Before I get into the tweets, here's a bit of background.
Sarah (25), who recently moved to New York City, goes on five blind dates. They vibed well together She didn't pick him cos he didn't wanna hear her 9mins mythology joke?????
And there it is, another slack message asking for portfolio feedback. The real question to solve is how to get the right information to the hiring manager without redesigning the content for each application.