Today, we’re happy to announce more than 15 new integrations with open source security tools that broaden our language coverage to include PHP, Swift, Kotlin, Ruby, and more.
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GitHub Enterprise Server 3.1 is now generally available for all customers. It helps customers work with large, busy repositories, while enabling developers to develop and deploy with less effort than ever. This release includes: GitHub
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.1 is now available to download as a release candidate. This release follows the most popular GitHub Enterprise Server release in years. GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0 brought GitHub Actions, GitHub Packages and
This post features a guest interview with Diego M. Oppenheimer, CEO at Algorithmia Over the past few years, machine learning has grown in adoption within the enterprise. More organizations are realizing the importance of machine
Two weeks ago, we kicked off GitHub InFocus, a global virtual series just for software teams. Last week, we learned what powers a successful DevOps program. Next up: Security. We checked in with hosts Nigel,
Last week we kicked off GitHub InFocus, a global virtual series just for software teams. We discussed the importance of developer experience and innersource—and how key collaboration really is. Next up: DevOps. We checked in