As the year comes to a close, we're sharing our final Octoverse report of 2018 to look back and highlight some of your most active, new open source projects of the year.
To get a sense of how our community expresses themselves with emoji, we looked at which ones they use in (and in reaction to) issue and pull request comments.
Get an overview of GitHub activity across dates and times. While everyone’s schedule is different, we all make time for the people and projects that matter most.
Take a closer look into why—and where—top programming languages are popular.
Economic changes, expanding educational opportunities, and wider internet access are mobilizing a talented and entrepreneurial community.
How much can the GitHub community accomplish in a year? 1.1 billion contributions and so much more in The State of the Octoverse 2018.
Developers everywhere are improving their workflows with the Electron-based GitHub Desktop app since we launched it a year ago. If you're using an older version of Desktop or have never used it, now is a great time to try it out.
Last year, GitHub brought 24 million people from almost 200 countries together to code better and build bigger. From frameworks to data visualizations across more than 25 million repositories, you…