The 49th Ludum Dare game jam just wrapped up with almost 3000 entries. Here’s a peek at some of the highest-rated entries that you can play, plus their source code that you can poke around
In the past two years, GitHub has doubled in size, welcoming more than 760 new Hubbers in 2021 alone. This past year we particularly focused on our goal of making GitHub more equitable. We saw growth in our diversity representation, whose population increased at a higher rate than the company itself.
Catch up on 44 ships, including a colorblind-accessible theme, a public README.md for organizations, and customization of code review settings.
We sat down with Universe hosts Lorena Mesa and Jarryd McCree for a quick Q&A to help you make the most out of your conference experience this year.
Heading back to school? Did you just graduate? The GitHub Education Stream Team (GEST) is sharing resources, tools, and more to help emerging developers land a job. Student leaders from around the world are creating and hosting shows to grow the tech community and share information you won’t find in the classroom.
As part of our ongoing commitment to ensure GitHub’s conferences are accessible and inclusive to people from all walks of life, we’re offering 30-minute, 1:1 micro-mentoring sessions with GitHub employees.