Funding AI advancements in the open, and opening applications for second Accelerator cohort.
Get excited for this month's Release Radar. Maintainers were hard at work this past month, shipping major updates for you all. Read on for our top staff picks.
Celebrate the first year of GitHub Fund, our first investments, and a brief look of where we’re going.
Our latest solution to the ubiquitous engineering problem of integration testing in a distributed service ecosystem here at GitHub.
Calling all nonprofits! Do you want to implement open source software but don’t know where to start? We’ve got good news; you can easily get started by consulting our new guide.
Game Bytes is our monthly series taking a peek at the world of gamedev on GitHub—featuring game engine updates, game jam details, open source games, mods, maps, and more. Game on!
The GitHub Game Off results are in! All games have been rated, ranked, and reviewed. Read on for a look at the 10 highest-rated submissions overall.
Hacktoberfest has wrapped up, GitHub Universe has come to a close, and our community has been super hard at work. All the while people enjoyed turkey over Thanksgiving in the…
For Good First Issue is a curated list of open source projects that are also digital public goods and need the help of developers.
The GitHub Awards recognizes and celebrates the outstanding contributions and achievements in the developer community, honoring individuals, projects, and organizations for their impactful work, innovation, thought leadership, and creating an outsized positive impact on the community.
GitHub Universe 2023 is just around the corner! Join us and learn how GitHub is leveraging AI to empower all developers, including developers with disabilities.
Celebrate the maintainers of the first GitHub Accelerator cohort, learn what they have been up to since, and hear what’s next for GitHub Accelerator.
It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for. Are you ready?
As Hacktoberfest comes to a close, you still have a day or so left to complete and submit your pull requests. If you're struggling to think of projects to contribute…
13 spooktacular games plus source code for readers to jam on.
Your profile’s README invites the world to know you and your work, so it’s important that everyone can read and understand it. In this post, we share some tips for making your README more accessible.