Today, we’re happy to announce more than 15 new integrations with open source security tools that broaden our language coverage to include PHP, Swift, Kotlin, Ruby, and more.
GitHub’s Developer Defense Fund will enable independent legal support from the Stanford Juelsgaard Clinic to review and handle appropriate DMCA cases for developers on GitHub and across the software ecosystem.
When you move from 1 maintainer to 1+N maintainers of your project, things can get complicated. Minimum Viable Governance (MVG) is a simple, easy-to-implement governance framework for your free and open source projects.
GitHub’s supply chain security features are now available for Go modules, which will help the Go community discover, report, and prevent security vulnerabilities.
The GitHub Education Stream Team is adding new shows. Job-hunting graduate? New to coding? No matter where you are, there’s a show for you.
At GitHub, we recently added a new feature to Rails that will be available in 7.0: support for handling associations across database clusters.
Today, we’re launching a technical preview of GitHub Copilot, a new AI pair programmer that helps you write better code.
GitHub’s bug bounty program is now a mature component of how we improve product security. We’re excited to highlight some achievements (and interesting vulnerabilities)!