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Lee Reilly

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Developer / Marketing / Community at GitHub. Twitter: https://twitter.com/leereilly.

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GitHub Game Off II

We ran our very first game jam last year and had so much fun, we decided to throw another one! The Challenge You have the entire month of November to…

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CEDEC / Yokohama Drinkup

The GitHub Enterprise team will be at the CEDEC conference in Yokohama, Japan, this week. Please stop by to say hello, find out more about GitHub, and grab some of…

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Albuquerque, NM Drinkup

Not content with hosting just one drinkup in the 505, we decided to host another. This time, in the Duke City at the Downtown Distillery. Please join @aspires, @VxJasonxV, me,…

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Santa Fe, NM Drinkup

A few of us find ourselves in the Land of Enchantment this week, so please join @aspires, @VxJasonxV and me for a drinkup at Del Charro in the City Different…

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Showing your Love for the Octocat

We :heart: seeing the :octocat: in the wild! Today we're launching a new logos page to make it easier to find official GitHub logos as well as our beloved Octocat,…

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Game Bytes #4 – Jammin’

A game jam is typically a 48-hour hackathon for building games based on some theme. Participants—or "jammers"—usually work in teams of two to five people comprised of artists, sound engineers,…

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Redwood City Drinkup

Please join us at Martins West in Redwood City, California this Wednesday night to mingle and enjoy a few drinks on us. Where: Martins West (back room) @ 831 Main…

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GitHub Game Off Winners

Last month, we challenged you to create a web-based game loosely built around the theme of forking, branching, cloning, pushing, and/or pulling for our very first game jam, the GitHub…

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Game Off Deadline Extended

The GitHub Game Off is coming to an end. There are almost 1337 forks and a ton of great looking games already. The judges can't wait to dive in! We've…

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GitHub Game Off

Here at GitHub, we're no strangers to hosting or sponsoring hackathons. With the growing number of games and game development resources on GitHub, we thought it was about time to…

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Game Bytes #3

GitHub is a goldmine of resources for game developers. I'd like to introduce you to five open source projects that'll help you build your first, or next, amazing game. Check…

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Game Bytes #2

Welcome to the second edition of Game Bytes, where we highlight some of the latest and greatest game development-related repositories, success stories, and other game-related tidbits. If I had a…

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Game Bytes #1

Welcome to the first edition of Game Bytes, where we highlight some of the latest and greatest game development-related repositories, success stories, and other game-related tidbits. I talked with David…

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Glasgow Drinkup

We're throwing our first ever drinkup in Scotland Glasgow this Monday (July 2nd) at the Arches Cafe Bar. Please join us and meet up with other local developers, designers +…

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GitHub Drinkup in Boston

The GitHub Enterprise team will be in town for the Enterprise 2.0 Conference this week. We'll be traveling with the Octobooth, so please stop by and say hello. Please also…