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How GitHub Works

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to work at GitHub, check out Zach Holman’s (@holman) candid three-part series on how we operate: Hours are Bullshit Be Asynchronous Creativity is Important

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How GitHub Develops

Scott Chacon (@schacon) has written a fantastic post regarding how we develop GitHub using GitHub itself. Do yourself a favor and head over to his blog: http://scottchacon.com/2011/08/31/github-flow.html If there’s only one thing you take away

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GitHub Dominates the Forges

Stephen O’Grady of Redmonk, a tech analyst firm, gave a presentation this morning entitled Survival of the Forges wherein he compared the four main software forges: Sourceforge, Google Code, GitHub, and Microsoft’s CodePlex. This slide

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Twitter’s on GitHub

It just occurred to me that we never mentioned Twitter’s been open sourcing code like crazy on GitHub over the past few months. They’ve put together a really great Twitter OpenSource page, from which you’re

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Slide on GitHub

Slide just open-sourced a bunch of code on their GitHub account, joining the likes of Digg, Yahoo, Facebook and many more forward-thinking companies. Check it out: github.com/slideinc

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