The Check-In Webcast

Announcing The Check-In webcast

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As our 2018 Octoverse report shows, the GitHub community comes from nearly every country and territory in the world—and we’re still growing. So as much as we loved seeing everyone who made it to GitHub Universe, we know there are even more of you who couldn’t join us in person.

This year, we’re running The Check-In: our inaugural webcast for everyone who couldn’t attend Universe. We’ll recap all the latest Universe product releases and features—meaning you won’t miss a thing. Then after our first post-Universe episode, we’ll continue hosting The Check-In webcast as a quarterly round-up of what’s new at GitHub for our business customers.

In this 45-minute webcast, we’ll deep dive into new releases announced at Universe, including:

  • GitHub Actions
  • Learning Lab for Organizations
  • Security Vulnerability Alerts
  • GitHub Connect
  • And more

The Check-In webcast takes place on October 25 across three time zones, depending on where you are. Ready to save your seat? Choose your region below to register:

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