This morning, I shared the following post with Hubbers in response to Nat’s announcement about his next adventure. I am thrilled to take on the role of CEO to build the next phase of GitHub for our global community of software developers.
In the past two years, GitHub has doubled in size, welcoming more than 760 new Hubbers in 2021 alone. This past year we particularly focused on our goal of making GitHub more equitable. We saw growth in our diversity representation, whose population increased at a higher rate than the company itself.
We sat down with Universe hosts Lorena Mesa and Jarryd McCree for a quick Q&A to help you make the most out of your conference experience this year.
Table of contents Executive summary Key findings Key takeaways for developers and software teams About the study What we found Interruptions and meetings have a large influence on our days Take a minute to reflect SPACE reveals patterns and describes developers’ days holistically Showing patterns to developers helps them see what’s a Good Day for […]
At GitHub, we believe in the extraordinary potential and power of a diverse, collaborative developer community to accelerate human progress. Just look at the first-ever powered flight on another planet as one amazing example of what developers can achieve together! Through the power of this community, we have an opportunity to make a positive, lasting […]
Why did I get logged out of GitHub.com? On the evening of March 8, we invalidated all authenticated sessions on GitHub.com created prior to 12:03 UTC on March 8 out of an abundance of caution to protect users from an extremely rare, but potentially serious, security vulnerability affecting a very small number of GitHub.com sessions. […]
The world runs on software, and a large portion of it, especially the open source software that’s part of everything we experience, is built by millions of developers on GitHub every day. GitHub is heavily invested in both the security of the platform and helping developers shift left their security investments in building secure software. […]
This post is the fifth installment of our five-part series on building GitHub’s new homepage: How our globe is built How we collect and use the data behind the globe How we made the page fast and performant How we illustrate at GitHub How we designed the homepage and wrote the narrative Redesigning GitHub’s homepage […]
In the fourth installment of our five-part series on building GitHub’s new homepage, we’ll explore the artistic pipeline at GitHub to explain story, character and color, and to show how we collaborate across teams to tackle site design. How our globe is built How we collect and use the data behind the globe How we […]
GitHub is committed to shaping public policies that support developers around the globe. Last year, we advised policymakers, supported legal action, and spoke directly to developers on policy in jurisdictions around the world. As part of our commitment to developers, we’d like to share some highlights of what GitHub Policy did for you in 2020. […]
On Friday, January 8th, GitHub separated with an employee. Later that day and over the weekend, employees raised concerns about the circumstances of the separation. We took these concerns seriously. On Monday, January 11th, we engaged an outside investigator to conduct an independent investigation. On the evening of Friday, January 15th, the investigation revealed significant […]