We reached a major milestone. Thank you to 31M+ developers for creating 100M repositories now live on GitHub.
In-depth analysis of the incident that impacted GitHub services on October 21 and 22.
All GitHub services are back to normal as of Monday (October 22) at 23:00 UTC.
At 10:52 pm Sunday UTC, multiple services on GitHub.com were affected by a network partition and subsequent database failure resulting in inconsistent information being presented on our website.
Launch report: Everything we released at GitHub Universe
Today we’re launching new ways to simplify your CI process, so you can use the tools you need to focus on the work that matters to your team.
Introducing the Checks API—a better way to get feedback from integrations on your code.
2017 has been the year of artificial intelligence and machine learning. The advancements here will continue for years to come—but what can we expect in 2018? Data is on the…
Almost a decade ago, GitHub was created as a place for developers to work together on code. Now, millions of people around the world use our platform to build businesses,…